The Bondo Thread

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trekman1017

Well-Known Member
I s there anything it can't do? The only problem I have with it is that there is always a sticky lair after it cures. Why does it do this?
 

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Klwl

Well-Known Member
mine always ends up a tad tacky as well but as soon as I hit sandpaper to it, it mysteriously disappears :) It could be due to humidity or as Contec mentioned not enough hardener.

cheers
 

PepMaster

Sr Member
The tacky problem is moisture that's causing that problem, as for trekman's problem not enough hardener. I would usually mix a batch on a piece of cardboard and the pile of bondo on the cardboard I put a strip across the top from one end to the other and it's usually the perfect amount.
 

fmh13

New Member
Reason why its tacky is because you need to use more harder. I have no problem when i use more harder.
 

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