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EverCoat Z-Grip Non-Clog Lightweight Filler - 282

EverCoat Z-Grip Non-Clog Lightweight Filler - 282

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EverCoat Z-Grip Non-Clog Lightweight Filler - 282

SKU:    FIB-282
Regular Price: $33.29
 On Sale For: $27.97 

The EverCoat Z-Grip Non-Clog Lightweight Filler is a Metalworks product that has ZNX-7 to provide good adhesion and feather-edging on metals like bare steel, galvanized steel, and aluminum that have undergone corrosion treatment. It can be used along with other Metalworks products, and it will maintain corrosion warranties. This lightweight filler has a smooth and creamy texture that enables it to spread well. Vacuum processing increases shelf life and diminishes the appearance of pinholes.

This clog-free formula provides enhanced sanding due to Hattonite content and does not clog sandpaper. Use it for heavy filling and it can also repair damaged panels up to a depth of 1/4". It allows for quick cutting of abrasives, thus cutting down labor costs. This lightweight filler includes a blue cream hardener. It comes in a .8 gallon (3 liters) can.

Key Features of the EverCoat Z-Grip Non-Clog Lightweight Filler:

  • Tack-free and lightweight body filler
  • Clog-free formula improves sanding
  • Exceptional featheredge adhesion
  • Prevents peel back in the course of sanding
  • Contains Hattonite for quick and superior sanding
  • Enables optimal adhesion to substrates like galvanized steel, bare steel, aluminum, SMC, and E-coats
  • Blue cream hardener included
  • Vacuum processed to minimize pinholes
  • .8 gallon (3 liters) can


This item can only ship by ground within the Continental US.
Next Day or 2nd Day, AK & HI, & International delivery not available.


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1. Anonymous User on 7/30/2014, said:

In response to the guy who said it got hard. It should get hard. You need to get on the filler at the exact right time for optimal cutting. The idea is to "shape" the filler as it is hardening. By the time you are done "shaping", the filler should be hard. Remember, there is a fine line of when you are able to get on the filler. If you get on it too soon, it will roll off and plug your paper. When you get on it just right, it is kind of like grating cheese, but you will have to clean the paper a couple of times with high-pressure air. Waiting for the filler to get completely hard before sanding is not a wise choice.
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2. Anonymous User on 7/27/2013, said:

It is fairly hard to sand. Cures to a pretty hard consistency, even when mixed and applied correctly.
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