Remove all foreign material, i.e., rust, paint, etc. Apply bondo to clean, rough metal only.
Make sure metal is roughened to ensure adhesion of bondo to metal.
Begin shaping, sanding, just after bondo is set up, don't leave too long, will be difficult to sand.
Apply more bondo, to the sanded bondo, if needed, sand again - apply primer just prior to touch out glaze.
1. Use only fresh Bondo, not some that was opned last year. 2. Don't mix a large amount at one time. It will harden before you have a chance to apply. 3. Make sure your Bondo and hardener are well mixed. 4. Once you are shaped and sanded, get primer on it right away. Bondo and other fillers hold water. 5. Don't leave primer on too long without painting, it holds water as well. 6. When you're are shaping and sanding, WEAR A MASK. The dust can ruin your lungs.
Let bondo air out, colder weather will make it take longer.
It is not my intent to be sarcastic or or derogatory ...but I can't accept this as a legitimate/serious question. The Bondo brand of body putty is for metal parts, not glad. There is no situation that would ever call for such a use.
Bondo Shoshitaishvili was born in 1939.
in most motor car shops .
About 63km / 40 miles using Kisian - Bondo Road/Kisumu - Bondo Road/C27.
I was told that my uncle, Robert Spink, did........ he was known as "Bondo Bob"!!
Bondo is not a county but a constituency that is located in the county of Siaya.
the bondo was wiped to thick try laying a thinner layer
You can, but totaled means "not worth repairing". You will spend more money repairing a totaled car than you would buying a new one.
Bondo is the industry standard.
Bondo is not a county but is a constituency that is represented by Gideon Ochanda Ogolla.
The population of Roman Catholic Diocese of Bondo is 418,000.