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Old 09-18-2009, 04:39 PM
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Bondtite???

Just bought some Bondtite xl microcel light body filler.Is it the same as Bondo?Ie,put on,worked,mixed the same.Any one out there ever use it?? thanks Joe
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Bondo is a brand name of body filler. Its also the generic name that alot of people not in the body trade call body filler. Most of your fillers are pretty much the same as far as mixing, applying and sanding. I never used the Bond Tite (never heard of it either) so I dont know about the performance. I usually use Evercoat systems for fillers.
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Personally, I don't like Bondtite or Evercoat.........prefer Dynatron brand, but that's just my lowly opinion.........T/M
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Thanks for your thoughts on the body filler.FTE always gets the answers.
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