Join Date: Aug 2000
Location: Fremont Ca. USA
I stand corrected, the information I have is that it is a "Cleaner" and does not leave a residue. It this is the case, not only would you not want it under filler, you don't want to spray etch primer over it either.
Keith, I feel there is some confusion and I would clairify with DuPont if this is ok, don't listen to some guy behind the counter who may or may not know if his butt is bored or punched.
As far as the etch over the filler, well, other manufactures have a recommendation for it in the tech sheets so it being the same basic technology it should be ok. The thing that is stressed in those other tech sheets is that the plastic filler be "Fully cured" (at least 12 hours).
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