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Bondo 12 fl. oz. Lightweight Body Filler

  • Versatile filler for a wide range of projects and applications
  • Great for use on wood, metal, aluminum, fiberglass and masonry
  • Spread easy and cures in only 20 minutes for same day repairs
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Product Overview

Bondo Body Filler is a two-part putty compound used to repair dents, dings, holes, rusted areas and scratches in vehicle exteriors. The filler cures fast, shapes in minutes and is formulated to be non-shrinking and permanently durable. This is the original formula for quickly and easily repairing metal surfaces, as well as wood, fiberglass, concrete and more.
  • Original formula for repairing dents, dings, holes, large rusted areas and scratches in vehicles
  • Two-part lightweight compound mixes easily and spreads smoothly
  • Spread easy and cures in only 20 minutes for same day repairs
  • Formulated to be non-shrinking
  • Suitable for wood, steel, aluminum, fiberglass, and concrete
  • Paintable
  • Includes Bondo Red Cream Hardener
  • Features salmon color when red cream hardener and body filler is fully mixed
  • Use for automotive restoration and repairs such as dents, dings, and scratches.
  • Use during the Fill stage of the 3M Body Repair System



  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4 in
Product Height (in.)
6 in
Product Size (oz.)
32
Product Width (in.)
4 in

Details

Color/Finish
Salmon
Drying Time (hours)
0.5
Features
Paintable,Sandable,Shrink Resistant
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Kit
No
Pack Size
1
Paint Tool Product Type
Patching and Repair Product
Patching & Repair Product Type
Restoration Coating
Product Weight (lb.)
1.75 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Questions & Answers

33Questions19Answers

This is a picture of 4.5 oz tube, That's what I was wanting and hopefully not have to mix. I need...

Asked by Ed March 14, 2021
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Yes I got the same thing! This is not the right product.

Just flagging this photo, as what is pictured in association with the 32 oz option is not 32 oz o...

Asked by JPaints February 2, 2021
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Answer

Nice work this item is 4.5 oz not 32oz.

I want to use this to fill some rusted out parts of an exterior steel door that was painted with ...

Asked by John December 15, 2020
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It will adhere. Just rough up the paint. If it is slightly rusty red you can spot prime and the use the Bondo after.

I have a cracked area of plastic around my Apple iMac computer. That's the black border that surrounds it.

Asked by Stanley November 2, 2020
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Bondo is a great filler, but it is not an adhesive. Maybe you should use a glue if you think the crack will open up. I believe there is a super glue for glass. I use Bondo for auto repairs and also wood and other metal projects if I plan to paint it.

can this be used on PVC pipe?

Asked by al April 27, 2020
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Answer

Hello. Due to the technical nature of your question, please contact our team directly at 1-800-494-3552 M-F 8am-5pm CT so we can better assist you. Thank you.

will this work in carbon fiber?

Asked by Martin April 22, 2020
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Answer

Hello. Due to the technical nature of your question, please contact us at 1-800-494-3552 M-F 8am-5pm CT so we can better assist you. Thank you.

Will it stick to/not eat eps and xps foam?

Asked by Cb April 16, 2020
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Answer

Hello. Due to the technical nature of your question, please contact our team directly at 1-800-494-3552 M-F 8am-5pm CT so we can better assist you. Thank you.

What temperature should it be outside to use it for bodywork on a van

Asked by Ang April 3, 2020
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Usually above 60 degrees, but the warmer the better

The neck broke and the head came off my concrete garden statue of a man. The break is a clean bre...

Asked by Jay January 7, 2020
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better off with polyurethane which will not release if temps get to freezing (glue will be a tan or the window and door will be available in a number of colors from white to black) silicone will harden and release from the two pieces whereas poly will stay flexible but not release it really sticks to anything

Is this bondo hard after it dry? And will it be hard enough to make a hand grip like on bike?

Asked by pho December 29, 2019
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Will not work for that application.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 261 reviews
  • 93% recommend this product
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Used it to fill in (and make round-over) kitchen countertops edge. The counters were formica with...
Used it to fill in (and make round-over) kitchen countertops edge. The counters were formica with a plastic edge/trim that had lots of dirt/grim catching groves. I did some sanding to make sure the edges were as rough as possible for the bondo to 'grag' and it stuck pretty well. Remember to mix little bits at a time, it sets pretty fast... I had about 2-4m of work time.
by RF
Easy to apply
Easy to apply
by Mrcano30
2 people found this helpful
Easy to assemble. Perfect for repairing the dent in my metal door.
Easy to assemble. Perfect for repairing the dent in my metal door.
by lcamp
4 people found this helpful
Great for repairing a concrete garage floor
We recently applied an epoxy coat to our garage floor. Since it is 30+ years old, the concrete was chipped and cracked in places. Initially we used a different brand of pre-mixed concrete patch repair however when we applied the etching wash of muriatic acid and water, we found that the concrete repair would soften and expose the repaired holes. So we decided to switch to Bondo and it worked a charm. Some holes were 1/2"+ deep and this needed two applications of the Bondo to get the surface flat. The Bondo cures very quickly so its best to only mix a small amount that you can apply inside of 5 minutes. It takes about 20-30 minutes before it is cured enough to sand so working with it is very quick. Once it had cured, we just used 120 grade sandpaper in an orbital sander to flatten it out and the results were excellent. Even in the smallest holes we filled, the Bondo was still in place after sanding, unlike the pre-mixed concrete crack repair product we had initially tried out.
by LosRubios
13 people found this helpful
by HomeDepotCustomer
Best price around do not go to the auto parts store.
Best price around do not go to the auto parts store.
by Rick
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Works well. Mixing it is somewhat messy and a...
Works well. Mixing it is somewhat messy and a pain, but the stuff does work.
by Bflo33
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Used to patch a couple of holes in my siding....
Used to patch a couple of holes in my siding.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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