Originally Posted by MARTINSR
Honestly? In my opinion adding "honey" or resin to filler is like jumping in a time machine and going back to 1975, one might as well break out the lacquer primer and complete the trip!
A quality filler like RAGE Extreme needs no extra fillers and sands MILES better than any honeyized filler. Finish it off in polyester putty and you are MILES, make that LIGHT YEARS
ahead of adding resin or honey to filler.
Henry, I know you are way way beyond needing basics but my "Basics of Basics" on filler taught to me by a master years ago has saved me thousands of second or third apps of filler over the years. "Basics of Basics" Plastic filler (click here)
Thanks but everything you are saying I know already. I use thin applications for restorations so little honey is needed and since I apply tight skim coats finishing glaze isn't needed. Extreme is good but as I recall on that lame website you visit I was the first guy(or one of the first) on there to talk about using extreme as a finishing putty. If you don't believe me look at my post for my first user name, but then again the facts would get lost on that site cause it's owned by a fraud. I even recall the fraud even making fun of me for posting that about the extreme but then after other uses mentioned the procedure here he comes the fraud telling me what I already mentioned...just lame! I can count many things I mentioned on that site that I mentioned before anybody and then time would pass and out of nowhere that fraud would be trying to shove my own advice back onto me. too funny. This is the same guy that said he could weld better than me....hahahhaha
btw, the reason I stopped using extreme is cause it costs $60 bucks now. It's twice as expensive as upol gold and honey and when you prime multiple times it's uneeded. When I go back to production I'll burn thru finishing glaze like no tomorrow, but not with my money.
so how do you think filler gets runny when they manufacture it? Have you ever seen it separated? Sure looks like honey to me.