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I've only used it twice. Once on a sign repair and the door. It's really hard. But I left some room under the bondo were it was rottin below the threshold. We will have to see how it Does. I'll see it twice a week. It's at the church I go to.

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How well do you think that will hold up? Is that bondo flexible at all?

I've only used it twice. Once on a sign repair and the door. It's really hard. But I left some room under the bondo were it was rottin below the threshold. We will have to see how it Does. I'll see it twice a week. It's at the church I go to.

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How well do you think that will hold up? Is that bondo flexible at all?

The more I think about it. It seems like that bondo was a little flexible. Not much though. It was about just lik wood would be. That would be the best way to describe it.

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The more I think about it. It seems like that bondo was a little flexible. Not much though. It was about just lik wood would be. That would be the best way to describe it.

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Awesome, hopefully it will hold up! It sure looks really good!

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I had to replace part of the door jam on my front door. It looks like crap but its all I could do at the time. I'm not really in the mood to replace it yet. The wood they used was a step above balsa :( It's crazy how bad some of the wood manufacturers use in  some products

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one question with the roto zip why not cut a straight line above rot and just replace with new wood? only reason I say this is now that you patched it up in the bottom corner anything that caused this rot in the first place may get behind the bondo and make things worse

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one question with the roto zip why not cut a straight line above rot and just replace with new wood? only reason I say this is now that you patched it up in the bottom corner anything that caused this rot in the first place may get behind the bondo and make things worse

Cause bondo doesn't rot. And I caulk around it. And people at church's don't want to spend any more money than they have to. So it was fixed for 8 dollar's instead of 20 or 25 dollar's. It's better and stronger than it would have been another way. And looks better too. And the bondo makes a good seal to keep Any water from getting in. The roof dosnt have enough over hang. So every time it rains it splashes And blows rain in the corners. And it is a 213 year old church. And I didn't get paid to fix it. Now we don't have to worry about the splashing and gathering water rotting any wood. Lol

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