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    resin with hardener?

    i bought a jung of Bondo brand resin in a white and green can. the title says resin with hardener. and i was wondering if this was true. or if i still need to add the hardener. thank-Derek







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    Re: resin with hardener?

    it didn't come with a little tube under the cap? hmmm never seen already mixed resin before




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    Re: resin with hardener?

    mixed resin wouldnt work cause it would be hard by the time it left the factory



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    Re: resin with hardener?

    yeah I highly doubt it is pre-mixed resin it just wouldn't work, post up some pics or a link to what you have so we can get a better idea.



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    Re: resin with hardener?

    when it says "resin with hardner" prolly means there is a tube of hardner with it
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    Re: resin with hardener?

    Quote Originally Posted by iceteebone
    when it says "resin with hardner" prolly means there is a tube of resin with it

    It means there is a tube of MEKP hardener with it. Usually packaged under the plastic lid.


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    Re: resin with hardener?

    no actually the tube of hardner is at the very bottom of the resin you have you stick your hand it in a get it out




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    Re: resin with hardener?

    Quote Originally Posted by dbornotdb
    It means there is a tube of MEKP hardener with it. Usually packaged under the plastic lid.


    But I knew what you meant ice.

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    Re: resin with hardener?

    Quote Originally Posted by Starky
    no actually the tube of hardner is at the very bottom of the resin you have you stick your hand it in a get it out

    x2 and the chemicals in the resin will react with the latex in most gloves so you have to use your bare hands.




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    Icon12 Re: resin with hardener?

    Yeah I've seen a guy who tried to get the tube of hardner at the bottom while wearing a latex glove..... it wasn't pretty..... doctors had to amputate ...... .


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    Re: resin with hardener?

    You guys are mean. Gonna scare people into not using gloves. Then we're gonna have 4 gazillion posts asking how to get dried resin off skin



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    Re: resin with hardener?

    hahaha, yeah yeah I hope they know I'm just bullshittin. Resin is such a pain to get out or off of anything. Anyone know of a way to get that stuff out of clothes. Enough washing and picking and you can usually reclaim your hands but how about a spot on some jeans or a shirt or something.



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    Re: resin with hardener?

    Quote Originally Posted by sampson
    hahaha, yeah yeah I hope they know I'm just bullshittin. Resin is such a pain to get out or off of anything. Anyone know of a way to get that stuff out of clothes. Enough washing and picking and you can usually reclaim your hands but how about a spot on some jeans or a shirt or something.
    Nope, just soaks in . And you end up with the lovely brittle spots waiting to become holes



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