DAP FAST'N FINAL Lightweight Spackling

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Product Description

DAP FAST'N FINAL Lightweight Spackling lets you patch and prime in one easy step, saving time and money. It dries fast with no need to sand or prime, letting you paint in minutes for a virtually invisible repair. Use this spackle to repair small holes, cracks, and dents in drywall, plaster, wood, and stucco. Interior/exterior use.

Features & Benefits

  • Patch and Prime in One Step
  • Fast Drying; 30-minute Paint Ready
  • No Sanding
  • Won’t Sink or Shrink
  • Interior/Exterior use

For best results:

  • Do not apply when temperatures are below 40°F.
  • Do not apply outside if rain is expected within 24 hours.
  • Do not use on floors or as a caulk, sealant or joint filler over cracks and joints where expansion and contraction may occur.
  • For exterior applications, first apply exterior-grade primer, then apply spackling and finish with coating of quality exterior-grade paint.
  • Do not use for tuck pointing applications on brick.
Country of Origin: United States.

Application Instructions

  1. Surface must be free of grease, oil and other foreign matter.
  2. Stir thoroughly before use. (When using the 2.8 oz tube, remove top, grip tube bottom & twist up a very small amount (about 1/16”) of filler. Either apply directly to surface or using built-in spackling knife, scrape off spackling from top of tube & apply to wall)
  3. Using a clean putty knife, press spackling into hole or crack.
  4. Draw blade firmly across the surface to remove excess material in one strike.
  5. For a smoother finish, dip putty knife into water and lightly smooth spackling.
  6. One application is usually sufficient for small repairs. For repairs deeper than 1/8”, apply two or more layers allowing spackling to dry between applications.
  7. May be painted within minutes with a latex paint. Please follow paint manufacturer’s instructions for application.
  8. If sanding is desired, or if an oil-based paint is to be used, allow to dry thoroughly (approximately 24 hours).


Technical Information

DAP FAST'N FINAL Lightweight Spackling
  • Consistency: Thick Paste
  • Vehicle: Latex Polymer
  • Odor: Mild
  • Country of Origin: United States
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

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FAST'N FINAL Standard sizes


8.0 fl. oz.

70798 12140

UPC = 070798121409

Single Item (1-11 Items)

1 - 4 Cases (12-59 Items)

5 - 9 Cases (60-119 Items)

10+ Cases (>= 120 Items)


a 19% discount

a 21% discount

a 22% discount





16.0 fl. oz.

70798 12141

UPC = 070798121416

Single Item (1-11 Items)

1 - 4 Cases (12-59 Items)

5 - 9 Cases (60-119 Items)

10+ Cases (>= 120 Items)


a 14% discount

a 15% discount

a 16% discount





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