Best product/procedure to fill front bumper license plate holes

Discussion in 'Exterior and Interior' started by Kboss87, Feb 6, 2015.

  1. Kboss87

    Kboss87 Member

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    I'm going to have my front oem bumper resprayed over winter to fix some stone chips. My car originally came from Ohio so it had a front tag on it. In PA, we don't need to run a front plate. What's the best product out there today to fill the holes in a OEM bumper? I want to make sure it doesn't sink a few months later.

    I was looking at this product:
    http://bondo.com/products/bondo-easy-finish-epoxy-bumper-repair-806.html
     
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    GMSMOKR Well-Known Member

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    Never used that product...I'm actually surpised they have something out there for bumpers like that...Wow :thumbsup:. That should work nice for something that simple.
     
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    There is a kit by bondo I think it is that I got at vatozone last year that came with a 2 part epoxy and a plastic mesh to help support the area/hole in question better. I had a small spot where the corner had hit something and caused a crack/scrape and a hole where I used it and now from the top you can't tell.