Putty is an essential product if you have a surface that needs to be completely smooth and fine. Putty is largely used to repair damage to cars, metal, fiberglass, plastic and wood. For easy application, you will need a spatula and spatula palette.
20-305 Multi Plus Putty
1K Spray Putty Beige
Acryl Green Spot Putty
20-400 NC Putty Tube
51002 DMS General Purpose Body Filler
51003 DMS Heavy General Purpose Filler
51004 DMS Soft Body Filler
Plastic Repair Putty
Teknofill 5001-00 White
Teroson EP 5010 TR
20-360 G-Multi Putty
Putty - essential for repairs and even surfaces
Putty basically used for filling holes, minor cracks etc. on the surfaces. Putty is available in several industries and several product types.
When talking about putty in the automotive industry is often known as bodywork putty and is one of the most commonly used items in any body shop. Putty makes preparing and painting bases easier by creating a smooth, flush surface after a large dent has been corrected.
Although most body putties are very versatile, some types are specifically designed to be applied to one particular material, such as plastic putty. At LAKGRUPPEN, our selection of putties includes specialty and universal putties so that every stage of your bodywork project goes smoothly.
The most popular auto putty in paint workshops and body shops alike is polyester putty which is composed of polyester resins. This is a 2K type of putty that requires a specific benzoyl peroxide hardener to be activated. You can purchase both of these products from a variety of well-known brands here at LAKGRUPPEN.
Use Plastic Putty when working on bumpers etc.
Your go-to choice for working on bumper repairs, plastic putties are necessary for proper bonding and sealing with plastic materials.
As the name suggests, fine putty has a very fine structure and is ideally suited for small dents, scratches, and scuffs. Fine putty offers excellent adhesion in tiny nooks and ensures the smoothest finish.
Wood putty, also called plastic wood, is a substance used to fill imperfections, such as nail holes, in wood prior to finishing. The changes in temperature and humidity can make wood expand and contract.