Over time body fillers can become hard and difficult to work with, or you may want to thin out your filler to apply a skim coat over a large area. Mark Simpson explains why many body fillers get firm over time and how thinning bondo can return it to a more workable condition.
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Does this also work on body putty also?
This method will work on some “2-Part Putties” that use a hardener. but it will not work on “air-dry” autobody putty.
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