Will car Bondo stick to plastic?
the answer is no.
Can I use body filler on plastic bumper?
It is not recommended for body filler to be applied over plastic bumper covers. Most bumper covers are made from a thermo plastic TPO or PP. This type of plastic has a problem with things adhering well. Body filler is designed for steel, galvanized steel, zinc coated steel, SMC, fiberglass, and aluminum.
Can you use metal Bondo on plastic?
Vinyl solution resin paste applies directly into seams and small holes directly from the tube, hardens in 2 to 3 hours and is easily sanded, drilled or filed, making for fast and efficient work times. Forms a strong, permanent bond with nearly any metal surface.
Bondo® Plastic Metal.
|Volume (Imperial)||5 fl oz|
Can you repair a plastic bumper with fiberglass?
A plastic bumper repair is an easy weekend body repair job to help beautify your car by getting rid of deep scratches and cracks. One option for this type of repair job is to use a fiberglass body repair compound such as Bond-O.
Is bondo plastic metal heat resistant?
Bondo doesn’t so much melt as burn. It is made of polyester resin and a powdered filler. It is about as durable as paint under heat.
Does bondo harden without hardener?
Without it the bondo won’t get hard. Put a small piece of bondo on a board and run a line of hardener from end to end. It will take about five minutes to mix it up and apply it.
What is bondo plastic metal used for?
Bondo Plastic Metal is a product commonly used for filling dents and cracks in metal surfaces, usually on automobiles. It’s built up gradually in thin layers until the dent or hole is filled and level with the surface of the metal, but it should only be used with dents no more than 4 inches in diameter.