Originally Posted by Raz
What you describe is similar to the PC 7. The reason I chose the paste over the putty is that it is very sticky.My thinking was that if it won't stick to your fingers, it won't stick in the hole very well either. A syringe makes application easy.
Good point on shaving it before it hardens.
It sticks just fine in the holes
I used it to repair a lot of holes in my FG Sunrader from the tail light
mounts to filling in the holes where the original roof rack used to be to fixing door hinges too as well as filling in screw holes that I created to attach a temporary backer plate for fiberglassing in the two large vent openings from the old fridge
and the smaller one from the old propane furnace
and some cracks that were in the bathroom shower pan as well as some cracks that were on the exterior along the lower edge. Great stuff!!!!