||04-01-2013 11:35 AM
How to remove Bondo from rubber surround?
A neighbor was helping me sand/prep my hood and grill for paint this weekend. I'm doing a Satoshi grill and as such we were working with bondo to fill areas before paint. He accidentally got the top of the grill in a little bondo that had dripped off onto the rack as he flipped the grill over. On the top side of the grill is a rubber gasket that seals to the hood but also stands out as a gap between the hood & grill and will show. I called the dealership and there's no way to buy this part as it comes as part of the front grill. :mad: What can I use to remove this bondo? Can I use fingernail polish or ?? I'm guessing it's going to be difficult to find a solvent that will break down the bondo for removal w/o damaging the soft rubber of the trim piece.