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Hey, it’s Tony from LearnAutoBodyAndPaint with another Q&A series video.
Today’s question came from Bob Ziff.
“Tony, what is the best primer and filler to use on fiberglass bodies?”
Let’s start with the filler. If you’re using filler just to clean up waves or ripples in your body work, I would go with a regular filler, which is something like RageGold, RageUltra, Z-Grip or Evercoat Lite Weight ( it’s cheaper ). Any of these depending on your preference and budget.
They say the more expensive stuff is prone to less pin holes. I’ve had a really good experience with Z-Grip. I would use this for basic shaping, making sure body panels are nice and flash.
Kitty Hair is another good stuff. The Evercoat Kitty Hair Long Strand Fiberglass Reinforced Body Filler. This is good stuff too.
Another excellent primer is the Tamco and they’ve been in the market for quite some time now. Check out Zoolaa and Tamco HP-5310 D.T.M. High Build Grey Primer, which costs $121.95
Their products are in the high-end market and they are just just as good, if not better than the products in the high-end range. It is available in grey, black or white. I personally prefer grey.
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