Is there sprayable Bondo?

For quality auto body surface repairs in any garage, Bondo® Easy Finish® Gray Filler Primer features a lacquer-based formula that does not require mixing and applies directly to the surface from a convenient aerosol spray can. The primer accepts nearly any automotive quality paint for consistently excellent results.

How do you mix polyester spray filler?

Mixing instructions: Stir thoroughly before use. 100 % by weight of the filler is thoroughly mixed with max. 3.5 % by weight of the hardener. The components should be mixed thoroughly otherwise there may be a higher sensitivity to moisture.

Does Bondo stick to spray foam?

For modeling purposes, Bondo’s density lets it stick well to pieces of wood, foam, and carbon fiber. These materials aren’t affected by the polyester resin, so they allow the Bondo to be applied without surface deterioration. This may sound like a bit of a downer, but Bondo does not stick to polystyrene.

How do you use spray filler primer?

Strain Filler Primer with a fine screen before pouring it into a spray gun cup. Set the conventional spray gun pressure to 30-40 psi. Apply 2-3 coats allowing 5-10 minutes of dry time between coats. Do not use near open flame.

Can you thin down car body filler?

Thin it with plastic honey(4%) or fiberglass resin. Don’t use too much honey cause it will interfere with adhesion. If you put too much add more hardener. Mix honey/resin with filler before adding hardener.

Can you tint body filler?

Bondo is polyester and it can be tinted. There are color dispersions specifically made to tint it. Use the white hardener with these dispersions and you can get many different shades.

How do you use primer filler spray?

Can you put body filler over polyester primer?

VP2100 Polyester Primer should not be applied over bare metal, only over epoxy primer, fiberglass, or body fillers.