How ColorFill Works

Choose ColorFill Colour

There are a number of ways to choose the correct ColorFill for your laminate.

You can use the Worktop Manufacturers Information, Retailer Information or choose by Colour on screen.  Visit our ‘ColorFill Wizard’ to see how it works.


ColorFill for Worktop Joints

  • You will need 1 Tube of ColorFill per joint
  • ColorFill should not be mixed or combined with any other material in the joint
  • Do not overstress joints
  • Apply and finish immediately. Don't delay or ColorFill will set and no longer be effective

Step 1:
Use 1 tube of ColorFill per joint.
Apply a thick bead of ColorFill around the leading edge of the joint to both the bottom and top of the exposed core taking care to ensure adequate sealant around the front and back edges and bolt slots.

Step 2:
Quickly close the joint and allow excess sealant to squeeze out of the joint, align the two sides and tighten the bolts fully.
Do not overstress joints.
It is important that the joint is closed quickly as the sealant will start to set immediately.

Step 3:
The excess sealant should be removed with a spatula which should be drawn towards the front edge from the back of the worktop applying pressure down and into the joint thus ensuring there are no air holes along the top of the joint.

Clean off the remaining surplus sealant with a solvent moistened tissue taking care not to dislodge any ColorFill still setting in the joint.  Clean across the joint at 90° to the cut at all times.

To ensure a perfect finish a final coat may be applied later if necessary. ColorFill should not be mixed or combined with any other material in the joint.

The result is a clean, hygienic and waterproof joint which is almost invisible.


ColorFill for Laminate Repairs

Step 1:
Clean the damaged area with a solvent moistened tissue to ensure there are no oil or grease residues on the surface.
Clean across the area with a spatula to remove any small chips or fragments.

Step 2:
Select the correct colour and squeeze out a liberal amount onto the edge of the ColorFill spatula. Position the spatula behind the area to be repaired and press firmly down on the surface pulling the spatula towards you filling the area with ColorFill. Scrape off the overfill from around the damage and draw the spatula across the damage.

Step 3:
Use a solvent moistened tissue to clean off the overfill around the repair taking care not to clean out the filled area.

Step 4:
For final clean up allow 24 hours to fully harden and clean the area with household washing up liquid and warm water.