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Body filler aerosol can

I friend told me about aerosol body filler in a spray can and this black primer that shows all body flaws. Does anyone know the names of these and do they really work. Thanks

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The only thing that is close to description would be guide coat. You mist it on the panel and as you sand it will show all your low spots. It will stay in low spots and you can see it being sanded off on even surface.
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Let's make this clear, the guide coat doesn't magically "stay in the low spots". You spray it on, then you block the panel and if blocked properly they guide coat will show you low spots. It is a TOOL, and like any TOOL it takes skills to use it. You can use it incorrectly and it will do NOTHING for you.

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Let's make this clear, the guide coat doesn't magically "stay in the low spots". You spray it on, then you block the panel and if blocked properly they guide coat will show you low spots. It is a TOOL, and like any TOOL it takes skills to use it. You can use it incorrectly and it will do NOTHING for you.

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Well said..
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Video that shows a little on a guide coat.

This video will show you a little on guide coats...

How To Guide Coat

Enjoy...
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Excuse me, let me specify. As I am told these are TWO separate products. I have not painted in 25 yrs so I am not up on the latest products out there. Thanks again
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Let's make this clear, the guide coat doesn't magically "stay in the low spots". You spray it on, then you block the panel and if blocked properly they guide coat will show you low spots. It is a TOOL, and like any TOOL it takes skills to use it. You can use it incorrectly and it will do NOTHING for you.

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I did state that you must sand panel to see low spots....
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I wonder how long you have to shake the can to get the bondo and hardner mixed...
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I wonder how long you have to shake the can to get the bondo and hardner mixed...

NOW THATS FUNNY !!!!LOL
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I did state that you must sand panel to see low spots....
I just wanted to clarify. We don't want anyone to think you just sand it to get it done. It takes skills to use this "tool".

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I wonder how long you have to shake the can to get the bondo and hardner mixed...
Dang Michel, you owe me a new keyboard. Maybe it's the revolutionary UV cure Bondo/MMM product. You know the one they introduced how many years ago.
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I wonder how long you have to shake the can to get the bondo and hardner mixed...
KInda like the spray cans of "Epoxy" Aircraft touch up paint we had in the Navy..lol Always wondered how they combined to two in a car. Had to explain why the Navy was getting ripped off with that crap to the supply officer one day, May as well have explained it to a rock.
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Jim, I don't know what you were using but there REALLY is a 2K epoxy primer in an aerosol can. As well as a filler primer and a urethane clear. These are REAL 2K products. Solvent resistant (REAL) 2K epoxy in an aerosol can!!!!


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sorry man, That might have been good stuff, but to be a true epoxy it has to have 2 or more parts.

Unless you have something like is described here, but its mainly a 1 time use thing.
http://www.epoxy.org/epoxy-spray-paint/34/
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bondo

I painted all my rides with watercolor,when I wanted a different color ,I got out the garden hose,
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