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Friday, July 12, 2013

Fiberglass Evercoat Body Filler Offers Comprehensive Coverage

Body filler is a vital tool for automotive repair shops. From repairing fenders and hoods to doors, roofs and everything in between, it’s difficult to think of a product in higher demand than body filler. While there are lots of different products on the market, there are some excellent reasons to choose from Fiberglass Evercoat’s filler products. There’s something for just about every application, and you’ll find the same high quality in every formulation

Weight Considerations

When it comes to body repair, the weight of the filler used is of considerable importance. That’s why you’ll find a variety of different weights available in Fiberglass Evercoat’s range of filler products. Their Lite Weight filler is the top seller on the market, but you’ll also find Rage and Rage Gold, Rage Extreme, Z-Grip, Metal-to-Metal and Vette Panel filler formulations. No matter what weight you need, it’s here. 

No Clogs

All of the filler formulations offered by Fiberglass Evercoat are made with non-clogging formulas. That saves you time and hassle, but will also save money as well. With no clogs to mar the process, applying the body filler is fast and easy.

Spreading and Sanding

All body filler must be spread on the area you’re repairing. However, not all Bondo formulations offer easy spreading. Stiff, hard filler is difficult to spread, increasing the time required to finish as well as the chance that something will go wrong. Of course, the harder it is to spread, the longer it will take to sand (uneven spreading means you’ll be wasting sandpaper and labor). Fiberglass Evercoat’s body filler line features excellent spreading ability, and all of them can be sanded down to a featheredge. In a nutshell, that means it’s faster to apply and easier to finish with.

Application Types

There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to automotive body filler. While one formulation might work well for galvanized metal, it won’t work well for steel or aluminum. It might not work at all with fiberglass or other materials. You’ll find that Fiberglass Evercoat took this into consideration when creating their line of Bondo fillers. There’s an application for pretty much any type of surface you might be working with, from aluminum to OEM paint to galvanized metal and even masonry and wood (with the company’s Glass-Lite formulation). Get the solution to fit your application.


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