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Customer Reviews for 3M Bondo 115 oz. Fiberglass Resin

Internet #205798046

Model #00404

Store SKU #451754

  • 100% waterproof repairs on concrete, wood, fiberglass, and metal
  • Repair tubs, showers, sinks, pools, automobiles, boats and more
  • Use with Bondo Fiberglass Cloth or Mat for stronger repairs

Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 66 reviews
  • 93% recommend this product
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I needed some fiberglass resin to pour a shower pan. The place I used to get the resin was 30% mo...
I needed some fiberglass resin to pour a shower pan. The place I used to get the resin was 30% more expensive. I tried the Bondo brand and it worked great. It is actually easier to use and the fumes are no where near as bad. I will be using this resin from now on for shower pans.
by Thomas
Typical Fiberglass. Nearly impossible to properly measure the correct amount of hardener to use. ...
Typical Fiberglass. Nearly impossible to properly measure the correct amount of hardener to use. Thick and sets up fast. Wish HD would carry a good 2 part epoxy. I would recommend that. Also the fiberglass mat that is sold folded effectively ruins the material for practical use. Mat should be rolled.
by Vince
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They give you plenty of hardener which seems obvious that...
They give you plenty of hardener which seems obvious that they should but with other brands in the past I've run out.
by Matt
by Res
Works like it should!...
Works like it should!
by Matt
Was used for some fiberglass repair and it worked excellent.
Was used for some fiberglass repair and it worked excellent.
by Buildin4u
Very practical for it's application...
Very practical for it's application
by AL
Competitively priced and works great....
Competitively priced and works great.
by HomeDepotCustomer
This stuff can be used for everything where rock-hard pourable...
This stuff can be used for everything where rock-hard pourable resin is desired. It does not work well on it's own for strength/structure, so they sell fiberglass mat to help with strength. It also generates alot of heat as it cures, so I had to be careful not to pour too much at a time. The heat also speeds up curing, but too much heat is not good and in thicker applications, will cause CRACKING to occur. (It will exceed 200-degrees in some worse cases). Lastly, my days outdoors were around 50-degrees, so this stuff took a couple of hours to harden. (warmer days speeds curing to 30-45 minutes).
by MarkH
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