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    Bondo Glazing & Spot Putty. What can I do with it.

    I had to repair a hole in a arm rest panel I made. I didnt know what to buy, so I bought Bondo Glazing Putty and I filled in the hole, and the paint to match the arm rest. I think I did a very good job, it was easy to use and hardens very strong. I was wondering if I can use this for large applications, like filling a long hole. Also can I use this to make a shape? Anyways, give me feed back on what to do. Here is a pic, its my first time, so be nice.


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    glazing putty is basically just really thick paint. it is not meant for filling, shaping or such things. its purpose is really just to fill in sanding scratches and leave a smooth surface to paint over. I don't think it has the strength to hold up over time as a filler or shape.

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    dynatron 660, as mentioned here a lot, is by far the most amazing epoxy i have ever used. you can literally make plastic parts out of the stuff, and they will be stronger then any of the plastic in your car. its also some of the strongest adhesive ive used. i would bet dynatron could even repair broken side mirrors... where the plastic mounts just snap off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trader007 View Post
    dynatron 660, as mentioned here a lot, is by far the most amazing epoxy i have ever used. you can literally make plastic parts out of the stuff, and they will be stronger then any of the plastic in your car. its also some of the strongest adhesive ive used. i would bet dynatron could even repair broken side mirrors... where the plastic mounts just snap off.
    But do you have to mix it like bondo? What I like about this tube is that its already made, just squeeze out the tube.
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