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BONDO Auto Body DIY Tips (How To Use Body Filler Putty) Auto Body Repair Training Tutorial

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Uploaded on Nov 1, 2008

Bonds, body filler, putty, mud, etc. is called many different names. However, most of them are referring to body filler, which is used to fill small imperfection on body work. In this video we're going to demonstrate how to mix and apply filler. FREE access to training at http://CollisionBlast.com Share this video

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