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Old 02-02-2007, 07:03 PM
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That was just a link to the product page...Sorry if I wasn't clear.
The Plastic repair link is on the left of the page
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They list:
Super Fast AdhesiveFast Urethane Adhesive
Medium Urethane Adhesive
Semi-Rigid Epoxy Adhesive

Here: http://www.evercoat.com/productCategory.aspx?cat=6

Any specific one for what we’re talking about or all of them work well?
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I notice there is a Super Fast, Fast, and Medium. I dont think you want the semi-rigid from what Kevin has said here earlier in the thread. Almost sounds to me like the other three are just different work times.....but I could be wrong.
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Yeah the medium is ok for what you will normally repair. They are just longer set times.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Where can this product be purchased at?

Also, I'm getting ready to paint mine, and should I have flex agent put in the paint? due to the plastice front and rear bumpers?
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

How about something to make a really small repair without putting myself >$50 in the hole?

Check out this thread:
https://www.thirdgen.org/forums/body...-do-i-fix.html
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Here's my bowtie grill. Should I use the methods described at the begining of this sticky make this repair. You can see how the finish is cracked. I was planning on just filling the cracks with two part epoxy, sanding and painting black the same day the car is painted witht the same paint. Does that sound liek the best course of action with this repair?

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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

How about something to make a really small repair without putting myself >$50 in the hole?

Check out this thread:
https://www.thirdgen.org/forums/bo...-do-i-fix.html (How do I fix this?)
83 Soory I haven't been on in months... That is kind of a tricky spot. You do need to repair the inside as well as the outside on that tear, but it has to be thin enough to allow your retaining bracket ot go in the groove. Just use my method and it will be strong. Use a Popsicle stick on the inside to smooth it around and keep it thin without it gobbing up and restricting the palcement of your bracket.
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Here's my bowtie grill. Should I use the methods described at the begining of this sticky make this repair. You can see how the finish is cracked. I was planning on just filling the cracks with two part epoxy, sanding and painting black the same day the car is painted witht the same paint. Does that sound liek the best course of action with this repair?
Rebel, I cant see the damage in that picture. Could you increase the size?
If it's just paint damaged and split, sand it off and prime and paint.
As for the flex...you only need it on the plastic panels.

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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Originally Posted by KEVIN G. View Post
Coat again with a flexible skim coat epoxy made by the same company as your repair material.
Is the flexible skim coat epoxy an item that any paint store should be familiar with? Do you have any product numbers for reference for what you've used in the past? I'm thinking about going the 3M EasySand route.

I also have a question about spider web type cracks in the base plastic. I've started sanding mine down and the these cracks go through all the paint and primer and are clearly evident in the spoiler itself. Do I have to continue sanding until I get them out too? (I'm worried about keeping it even if I have to go that route) Or can I put the 3m easy sand (or equivelent) over the top to seal it and prevent it from cracking the new paint?

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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Here's a couple of pics of what I'm asking about.




And a closeup
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

I have a hole in my front bumper cover can I use this process or is just for cracks.the hole is about 1-1/2 inchs in diameter
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

kevin g, the only focus on this tread has been on urethane plastic so my question is what is the proper way to fix abs plastic?
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

hey kevin I noticed you haven't been on in almost 2 years now. You still there?
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

How would you repair a plastic thread?
The one in my spoiler are old and fragile. I was thinking of cleaning them, then glue it with a PU glue. Screw inside it with grease/oil on the screw.
What do you think?

Edit: I am thinking that it might be ABS and not Urethane. Correct me if I am wrong.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Great thread. Been around a while I think that ppl should post what they need, projects completed, What they have used.

I have a crack on an 86 Camaro ground effect. I will post pics and do reasearch to find out what works and doesnt.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Originally Posted by spitstickler View Post
Here's a couple of pics of what I'm asking about.


I really like the patern in the lower left corner... I know its cracks but it would be kickass if you could simulate that effect into a paintjob.

I have been having a hell of a time trying to repair the new front lip I got... This is not as easy as you think.

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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Two questions, first: would it be possible to fix the two cracks? and if so what would the be the best way to go about fixing them? The cracks are in the front clip and on the passenger side ground effect. Pictures attached.







Thanks for any help.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Bump, could this process be used on a corner of a front bumper? If so how would I go about getting it to stay in a good shape while the product held/cured, instead of breaking apart?
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

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Bump, could this process be used on a corner of a front bumper? If so how would I go about getting it to stay in a good shape while the product held/cured, instead of breaking apart?
If you look at some of the videos within the link i posted, They use tape. Thats what i use and then sand down any imperfections. If you are able, Please post pics. Im sure someone with more experience will be able to help you.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

i know this thread started a whie ago, but i am trying to come up with a way to repair my wraparound spoiler(even if only for a while). would the 3m products work wellfor filling the cracks in the side corners? i have used it in repairing bumper covers with the sheet of reinforcment behind the repair and it works great but wasnt sure if it would fill very well on a spoiler. the only other problem the spoiler has is the paint is cracked on top. looks like someone didnt add flex agent when painting then some moron sat on thspoiler and the paint cracked(only cracked in the butt area on either side. going down through the thread it sounds like the 3m products should work at least for a while, just trying to buy some time before having to do the inevitible and spending a bunch of mone for a new one. who knows, maybe someone will have them cheaper.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

id bondo, but a new spoiler is more favorable, a bunch of money is kinda overrated, id try the wanted section
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

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id bondo, but a new spoiler is more favorable, a bunch of money is kinda overrated, id try the wanted section
hi,i have a86 camaro and a split has started on the front nose cone on left hand upper front side where top of fender meets nose cone ,next to head light and is now getting longer how can i fix it?its at top of front fender and when nose cone flexes it gets longer and paint is peeling off.please help.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

the bumper on my 87 firebird is cracked about 4 inches from the top all the way to the bottom and the crack runs along the rubber insert in the bumper. it is a verticle crack and i was wondering if it is worth it to repair it or should i just replace it
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

My spoiler on my GTA broke at the area that runs along side of the glass about six in. from the narrow end would this fix work in my case.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Anyone know were to get a new 92 chin spoiler. mine has a crack in the corner and im sick of it recracking everytime it get brushed on a peble. I want to see if i can get a brand new one.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

nice topic, I have several holes to fill in my 92 bumper cover, I'll post pics of my project.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

so... i started a new post looking for help with my bumper repair than i found this one. so, can and how do i fix this? (see pics)
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

WTF???
Nobody mentioned duct tape and rattle cans.

Just kidding ... great info Kevin.
The PO of my car thought it would be amusing to enter driveways at the fastest speed possible without lising control. Then some lowered import steaming pile of **** decided to t-bone me so the drivers door was trashed along with the quarter and the ground efx. Gonna fix the ground efx and get the door and quarter replaced . Gonna also delete the nose emblem then get it painted.
this article will help with the ground efx.
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Or you could utilize plastic welding.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

I want to join a camaro lower half front cover to a firebird upper half cover. I have seen pics of it where you cut the front covers in half then rejoin them. My question is better to weld or will epoxy hold up?

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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

I'm a big believer in Bondo. I use it to fill holes, fix dents and even brackets. The front end was sticking out of my car due to a broken bracket. I just put a scoop of bondo between the front end and the fender, put pressure on it for about fifteen mins, then wham bam thank you ma'am. Good as new
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!


so, since were talking about plastic/ fiberglass repair do you think the bumper in the picture should be repaired or replaced? I was told by a paint/ body (emphasis on paint being his first choice of work) that I would be better off replacing it. as far as I can tell it doesn't have any cracks in it, just the messed up paint.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

What could you possibly have to lose by attempting the repair yourself?

You can't make it look worse unless you try to do the whole job with a chainsaw, and paint thrown from a trebouchet.

These are our hobby cars. We can go as slow as we need to to deal with the small issues. Not like the hurry-up-to-the-next-job professional shops that look at our cars and run away with their hair on fire.

If you can repaint a bicycle without it looking a complete mess, you can probably do a decent job filling the damage, and repainting the bumper on a third gen Camaro.
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

Well, W.e.g, you've inspired me lol. in an attempt to keep as much of the original car in tact as possible I've started sanding down the bumper today (after finishing the removal of 20 yr old tint on the back windshield but that's another story completly) but I do have a question, should I completly strip the bumper or just sand down the really badly cracked spots and use a filler to re-level it?
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

What online website would be the best to get body party for a firebird formula, because the ground effects on front of the you're are obliterated
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Re: Let's take the guesswork out of plastic repair!!!!!!!

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What online website would be the best to get body party for a firebird formula, because the ground effects on front of the you're are obliterated
formula dont have ground effects.
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