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My first bondo + stencil restoration


By Pinwizkid

1 year ago



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#3 1 year ago

Looks great!

A tip for the future, Bondo is too fragile for doing durable repairs anywhere near a corner of a cabinet.

One hit, and a big chunk comes off.

Use Bondo FIBERGLASS RESIN instead, that is made for structural repairs, like the edges/corners of a cabinet.

Regular Bondo is fine for filling scratches, holes and gouges in cabinets - as long as they are not near the edges.

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