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Putty and Body Fillers

Anyone who is repairing dents or restoring a car or vehicle knows it is very important to use the right body filler or putty. When you use it the right way, it can't go wrong easily. Keep in mind that certain putty's require a catalyst, activator or hardener.

Different Types of Putty

Putty's are generally a polyester resin based filler with catalyst or hardener. Body fillers fall into three categories:

  • Fine body fillers
  • Medium body fillers
  • Premium body fillers

Fine Putty

Fine body fillers are a lightweight substance or putty that spreads easily and cures in about 20-25 minutes. While not appropriate for use on galvanized steel, fine putty's are perfect for repairing minor dents and scratches. Fine putty can be used to fill pin holes, small irregularities, small paint damages or scratches. They sand easily to blend in with the rest of the vehicle once primed and painted. Standard grade also offers the least stain-resistance.

Medium Putty

Evercoat Fiber Tech is a medium grade body fillers that adheres well to a wide variety of body surfaces since it is fiber-glass filled. Due to being a slightly higher quality than the standard grade, medium grade body fillers hold

  • Better stain-resistance
  • Are perfect for repairing small holes, tears and cracks in metal and fiberglass
  • Dries faster
  • Has a faster process time

Premium Putty

3M 51075 Heavy General Purpose Filler is made from top-quality resin that has the highest stain-resistance of the three, premium grade body fillers are the easiest to sand down and offer the best adhesion of filler materials to underlying surfaces. This type of putty is best used when high-quality work is required or there are large areas or dents needing to be repaired. Typical substrates are

  • Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Fiberglass
  • Body Filler
  • Wood
  • 2K Car Primers
  • Aged, sanded OEM topcoats
  • Galvanized and other zinc-coated steel
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