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I have used all three products. The bondo is the exact same thing as the Miniwax product, with the exception of the color. The cream hardener is the same the smell is the same, the handling properties is exactly the same. The painters in the high end company I used to work for used bondo in the appropriate places. As in not large areas, but for screw holes ...
Your answer is in your question. Wood filler is for wood and Bondo is for steel. Although they may have similar ingredients and have the same purpose, both are very different things and will react differently when not used as intended. The chemical reactions to the products on their intended materials is the key. I am pretty sure that Bondo would fill the ...
That's the exact purpose of the DAP filler you linked to. It's stable and safe for use in or outdoors. Primer + Paint is usually sufficient, but if you want to be extra sure, you can (after waiting for the filler to cure) spray some oil-base Kilz primer over it. At that point, the void is filled and hermetically sealed. If you want to, you can paint a ...
Yes. This gets clear silicone caulk. If you are arguing with a countertop guy over paperwork good luck. But he should have caulked. But this can be done for $4-5 and 5 mins so it isn't the end of the world.
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