Bondo-Glass is a unique reinforced filler containing short, interlocking fiberglass strands and fibers that make it twice as strong as regular body filler. Repairs small (dime size or smaller) rusted-out metal holes and shattered fiberglass body parts. PERFECT FOR MARINE USE! Eliminates the need for backing strips, fiberglass resin or cloth on small holes and rusted out areas. Sandable in only 20 minutes and compatible with all paint systems. Waterproof. Includes Red Cream Hardener.
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Is the Bondo Glass filler drillable? And how well do screws hold in this stuff? I need to fill old screw holes in a Boston Whaler and redrill to remount railings.
Yes, you can fill the holes, let cure, drill for the screw and remount the railings.
I used it as a filler material over fiberglass. As far as how well it would hold a screw it would depend how many layers thick it was. Its strong stuff and gets about as hard as fiberglass.
I don't think so, but I've never tried it. I think it might cure okay but I would worry about the adhesion to the surface being filled. The general rule I've always used for Bondo is to apply to a clean, dry surface.
I tried a sample and it cured but did not get real hard like when it cures in air. I think your advice is good. Thanks.
can this be used to fair in screw heads on a wood boat ?
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Can this be used to level out bottom of fiberglass airboat about8 inch by 1 foot that has been wore down?
Hi there, well the section where i used bondo glass filler is on top of the boat and not water is gonna touch that part, but im very happy with the bondo glass filler once is dry is very hard (like a rock) and im planing next weekend to fill one section on the bottom of the boat. i hope my answer helps you, but i ca get back to you next week and tell you how everything went. thanx
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4 Stars here for bondo-glass for fairing
Well, what I love here is the tolerance for cool weather work. It dries fast enough & hard ! So I can work any time. I also use Rage light weight compound. But bondo-glass has won me over. Don;t let the old bondo name fool ya. This is a great / well priced compound for marine apps. Again Super-Easy to use, easy to sand, easy to sculpt & spread. Fills fast. Dries in 10 - 15 min, in comfortable temps. I actually use it in cool to cold weather sometimes & I can sand it later that day, where mixing peanut butter or cabosil etc etc,. Most folks don;t even attempt cold weather application It won't cure correct, if it does it'll take 2 weeks. SO when your in a tight spot in cool weather try bondo glass and you'll get it done. Remember to prime correctly prior to paint here.
I used it to repair some holes in my jeep floor. Some larger holes I tacked in some sheet metal and sealed it over with "Bondo Glass". Adheres well, Dries quickly and sands easily. As for durability, time will tell, but is obviously much harder than regular body filler.