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Evercoat "Ever Gold"
#1328766 Fri Oct 04 2019 04:42 PM
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Based on the opinions of several on this list, I bought some Evercoat Rage Gold body filler, and I do like it better than the old original Bondo. I was watching some bodywork videos on YouTube recently, and one of the men on the video stated that he thought that Evercoat's Ever Gold was the same product as their Rage Gold. I'm curious as to what you folks have to say about that because the Ever Gold is a lot less expensive than the Rage Gold.

Re: Evercoat "Ever Gold"
Mike Burns #1328846 Sat Oct 05 2019 02:35 AM
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Couldnt tell you, I have used the evercoat rage extreme though and threw my bondo brand in the garbage,
After applying the rage, I let it setup for 20 minutes or so then wipe it with a towel with some laquer thinner and it is ready to sand, love this stuff.

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Re: Evercoat "Ever Gold"
Mike Burns #1328877 Sat Oct 05 2019 01:28 PM
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Steve, it may be obvious to everyone else but I'm going to ask anyway......does the laquer thinner wipe cut down on that initial sand paper buildup?

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