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We use them all the time in the alpine ski industry... you can use it with P-tex ( base repair compound that is polypropolene plastic ).. to file off ski binding hole plugs, for when you do a remount on an old pair of skis and need to fill the holes.. filing epoxy from bases after doing a patch... lots of stuff we use them for... of course I bet there are some ski specific tools we could probably use in automotive world

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Cheez Pleez ?

They have two types. A flat one and a curved one . And of course the handle to hold it. (totally useless and in your way) . The one that always worked for me it the past was the one with the curve. Used it holding the ends that turn up and are intended secure it to the handle. Like I said before, good for a mud job or some plastic lead sled work
My Wife just thought of another use...
... in the kitchen when grating the cheez toppings for my next pizza

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I believe they are really a woodworking tool. My dad had one years ago for working with wood.
Hey, lookee what I found
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I have one for shaving down drywall sheets.

If you are using one on bondo you are either using too much or you are trying to shape some funky panels ala Ed Roth.

I would say though, if you happen to accidentally over apply your bondo and end up with some ridges it is better to let it set up and cut it down with a grater than over work it while it is drying to try and smooth it out. Once you get the hang of applying filler this tool will more than likely end up in the bottom of your box.
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