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    Kit car spoiler repair

    Well the kit's spoiler was a little cracked up bought a tool to repair it works pretty damn good
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    What product do you use for the filler? I assume that is ABS?

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    This is what I am using strong stuff!
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    Is it flexible? Does it sand well? Just asking for future reference as I have something I want to fix.

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    Sands yes flexible not really I would say no

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77rr2x4s View Post
    Is it flexible? Does it sand well? Just asking for future reference as I have something I want to fix.
    I was wondering the same thing. Does it harden like typical epoxy?

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    Yep hard as a rock it is structural repair epoxy so real hard

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