Question for Radicons (about repairing)

Discussion in 'Creative General Discussion' started by tb-1599, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. tb-1599

    tb-1599 Well-Known Member

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    What's a good product to use for filling cracks and such? I am repairing my RC car which has some pretty bad scratches and gouges. I don't want to buy a whole can of bondo.
     
  2. Barricade24

    Barricade24 The Decepticop

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    You might want to try the creative discussion forum instead. You could probably find a better answer for your question there.
     
  3. Wreckgar

    Wreckgar Anthony Stark Veteran

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    funny how you know the customizing people are the radicons. And thus you have probably seen their own forum. Yet you still post your question to them in the general discussion.
     
  4. Treadshot A1

    Treadshot A1 Or just 'A1' for short...

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    Since I'm a nice guy, I'll go ahead and actually answer the question.

    I use a variety of things to fill gaps. Small gaps I use Zap A Gap's Gap Filling superglue (the green variety). Obviously it's superglue, but it does fill gaps and after a coat of paint, the gap disappears.

    I also used Tamiya's putty for a while. Just squeeze it into the gap, and wipe off the excess. You can do the same with epoxy putties as well, if you need something stronger.

    Otherwise, just replace or cover the panel with a new one.
     

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