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Old 06-18-2005, 04:20 PM
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I could not resist the temptaion to post this

Check out what our tech is asking on other sites http://autobody101.com/forums/viewto...917&highlight=

Thought it may be of interest to a few of you

Matthew

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Old 06-18-2005, 04:53 PM
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Never say die!!!

He is collecting information so he can come back here again! Under another name of course.

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Old 06-18-2005, 05:42 PM
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Check out what our tech is asking on other sites http://autobody101.com/forums/viewto...917&highlight=

Thought it may be of interest to a few of you

Matthew
I don't think this is the same guy. Notice that the guy on the other site uses some punctuation to form sentences and he also uses "u" for "you". I don't think our Paint Tech Instructor ever made sentences or ever used "u".
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Old 06-18-2005, 06:27 PM
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FOr giggles I heard of a guy who used bondo in drywall repair, particulary in a bathroom where the humidity wrecks the plaster, just don't forget waterproof paint over the bondo before ya get it wet!
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Nahh, That guy can spell and you can read what he is saying without saying *** and getting a headache. Why are you still worrying about that guy? Let him stay under the rock he has been hiding under. Maybe he is out buying a dictionary and taking some phonics classes. Such a shame, have all this responsibility and show all the poor painters in the shops how to get paint to work, and can't form a simple sentance a grade schooler could. Signed, the bodyman that knows all (since the paint god position was already taken).
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FOr giggles I heard of a guy who used bondo in drywall repair, particulary in a bathroom where the humidity wrecks the plaster, just don't forget waterproof paint over the bondo before ya get it wet!
Yes sir, it works good!

Our one House was a quad and for some reason the stairs going to top floors the the drywall nails would pop and screws?? The fix for good was when I got pissed and countersunk and spread body filler over those areas. Never a problem again.

Our master bath has 17' ceilings and many angles, with showers the seams last about six months, after four attempts by the professional I seamed it with dolphin glaze. Not a problem since.
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pretty expensive seam fixer. Maybe ya should start a side business, bring the mud hog, bodyfiller and a compressor. Then spray the wall with some urethane and buff er out. And whats this Bondo KING anyways, LOL
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pretty expensive seam fixer. Maybe ya should start a side business, bring the mud hog, bodyfiller and a compressor. Then spray the wall with some urethane and buff er out. And whats this Bondo KING anyways, LOL

Not really, each time a dry-waller came it cost $150 (or about)

Its 2- 2.5 to 3 foot seams that are the problem, so it took one bag of dolphin glaze at about $7.00.
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Making Repairs

Bondo and Duct tape, what else is there?



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sorry wasnt me
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Old 06-19-2005, 10:09 AM
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a. And whats this Bondo KING anyways, LOL
Just a nick name I picked up when I first started doing bodywork... I fixed everything with bondo, including household things like Barry has described... I thought it was appropriate for these type of forums

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I've done my part to keep that company in business. Used enough of their fillers, and other body products, as well as marhyde primer and clear. Just though I'd raz ya ole mighty king of bondo.
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Old 06-19-2005, 08:25 PM
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LOL mighty king of bondo lol

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