Bonds, body filler, putty, mud, etc. is called many different names. However, most of them are referring to body filler, which is used to fill small imperfection on body work. In this video…
Can smell it through the video
Is this carcinogenic? Can one use it on other surfaces?
Arent you supposed to have breathing gear for this because its highly toxic and is known to cause cancer?
yeah, I fukn get it bondo is a brand name.
Does the depth guideline mean that the filler can't exceed 1/4" deep or can the filler be built up the filler 1/4" at a time? In other words, if I want to fill a dent that is 1" deep, can I use four 1/4" layers to fill it? Thanks for the video and thanks in advance for your answer!
This is a great video, I just needed to do a minor repair on a canoe, and wanted to do some cosmetic work over the fresh fiberglass, but this was a great video explaining how to use the Bondo I bought.
You are a very good teacher! But for the people that don't know nothing bout this job!!! In the real body shop you will be destroyed …
What does cardboard absorb exactly?
that was informative, the main takeaway here is don't put catalyzed body filler back into the non-catalyzed material. thanks
I bought bondo gold but the hardener was stolen from it when I opened it, but I have hardener left from the original bondo body filler(not the gold) could I use the original Hardener with the gold filler achieving the same finished product? Aka are the bondo hardeners universal?
If i sanded down an area to half metal and old primer and now its smooth do i have to put bondo over the metal before primer? Also old metal that wasnt rusted is starting to get a little rust. Any tips would be very great full!
Thanks Donnie, I've enjoyed watching your vidoes. I'm working on a restoration and I have a question. Does the body filler give adequate protection to the bare metal or should I use an etch primer to cover the bare metal before putting on the filler? I'd appreciate to hear your thoughts on that. Thank you.Tom
I have a question…. a newly installed OE body part should fit exactly as how the old one did? no little tiny spaces at all…..
so now I have the body work all done and am block sanding the bondo to 320 and am finding little dimples and pin holes. What do i use to to fill these holes?
Thanks for uploading. Now i know why i was getting pin holes and streaks in my filler. Spread to mix not stir to mix.
this with th papers, how it calls?
Thanks for the video. Nice work
a confusng thing for me when cn you use body filler as aposed tohave to weld a patch in?I havejust repaired a sill that joins my wheel arch i is not in aload bering aea as its just here thesil joins te wheel arch inthe sill was sold just the end cap was mising hats what i filled
Thanks a lot , Sir
i gotta say, this guy is one of the best instrcutors of body work and paint ive seen in a while, just watching alot of his videos, i can tell hes been doing this for many years.
If mixed properly, it should be ready to sand in 10 to 15 minutes. The temperature may effect this. If it is real hot, you may have less time. If it's cold, it may take longer.
I have a question please
how much time the body filler to get dry ?
Thanks Mr Donnie
Thanks for the video. It was very informative.
If Tue don't know what you are doing just don't do it. Have someone who knows do it. I've seen some fucked up cars out there lol
I cannot believe you could stretch so little education out to 9 minutes. In Uk what you just said is 30 seconds training only, I guess we learn to knosh up quicker over here
thanks donnie i did not know that the harndner can seraprate. thanks for the tip!
It would be a shame if you did not get ripped when these other normal people are able to burn off fat easily with Slim Body Maximizer (check it out on Google).
I feel dumber by watching this
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