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  1. Where can you use the CJ Paste product?

CJ Paste has been successfully used on timber and synthetic frame mouldings, carpentry projects and general household repairs where colour matching is required.


  1. How is the paste applied?

For best results on minor imperfections and gaps, apply small quantities of CJ Paste to the imperfection with a finger, stiff brush, or scraper (Applicator pack). Either remove excess shortly after application with a dry cloth or tissue or leave until partially dry (glossiness goes dull in appearance) and remove excess with a very lightly dampened cloth or sponge. Wipe across the joint or imperfection and avoid wiping along the joint etc as the damp paste will be removed from the imperfection. Several applications may be required for larger imperfections. If the paste is allowed to dry, remove by gently applying a damp cloth to the area.


  1. How many colours is the paste available?

CJ Paste is currently available in 7 popular colours chosen primarily for the picture framing industry. These colours are Black, White, Gold, Silver, Champagne Silver, Rich Brown, and Natural Brown. These colours may be mixed to create various shades and tints.


  1. Are there any other products available other than the paste?

Yes, CJ Paste also has available a convenient acrylic Storage Rack for 8 tubes and an Applicator Pack which includes a stiff brush, scraper, and a sponge.


  1. Have there been any issues with CJ Paste under extreme environmental conditions?

CJ Paste is currently being sold into the UK, Canada, USA, Baltic regions, New Zealand, and Australia. We have previously been asked regarding the impact of freezing on the product. Testing through freezing the paste for 7 days and then allowing to defrost at room temperature showed no ill effects. On the opposite side, we have repeatedly placed the tubes of paste under temperatures of greater than 45 degrees centigrade and found no significant changes to the product.


  1. What is the expected shelf life of CJ Paste?

To date we have found the product will last in a useable condition for at least 3 years if stored vertically resting on the cap, although we would recommend a 2-year shelf life.


  1. Does the moulding attain a shiny look after removing the excess paste from the joint?

Reports from framers and our own testing has shown that a shiny appearance does not occur if the excess is removed with gentle motions. If removed with vigorous and firm pressure, then some buffing may occur.

CJ Paste range can be mixed together to give a variety of tints, shades and colours. 

CJ Paste can be used as a finishing touch on a range of timber and synthetic products and is currently being used by cabinet makers, for home maintenance repairs, hobbyists using timber and picture framers. 

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