Beacon Foam Filler - 8oz
Beacon Foam Filler - 8oz - 54947-30001
Great for filling larger gaps and pits in damaged foam.
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I thought it was to stiff , it was very hard to get it on right ..I think if it was of a softer consistency it would be a better product.
This Stuff Works Wonders!
Initially I wasn’t too sure how well this would work and look on my planes, but my walk in faith paid off; as it has with every other item that I bought from MotionRC! I tried it on one of my many planes, and it filled in areas like advertised!
Good Product good price
Good product good price
Pretty much what it says on the tin
A good product for giving foam repairs a finishing touch - once you learn to use it. First, use a proper spreader so you can apply it in thin layers using reasonably high and even pressure to make it stick, trying to just put a blob of it won't work because it's slightly gummy in composition when wet. Second, it hardens by drying. Covering it with anything non-permeable (e.g. trying to mold it into a specific shape) prevents it completely from hardening. Third, it takes a while to dry (and harden). Don't try sanding or otherwise shaping it before it's completely dry. But once you get the hang of it, this product will allow you to perfect e.g. shape of the leading edge of a crashed foamie wing, something quite difficult to do otherwise. Just prepare for a few rounds of applying a thin layer, waiting for a full day to dry, sanding, applying another thin layer.
Good Stuff for filling in the dings in airplane foamies
It works as advertised. It doesn't dry hard, but stays sort of flexible, like the foam you're most likely repairing. What worked best for me for rounded areas, like wing tips that got dinged up or chewed up, I put it on with a putty knife then wetted my finger and smoothed it out. That seemed to be the easiest and best way to get a smooth finish on curved areas. You can sand this stuff, but it does stay sort of flexible so sanding doesn't come out as clean or as smooth as you may like. Thus my suggestion of smoothing it out with a wet finger when your first putting it on.
restored EPO wing
works great ...........stays smooth and firm
Does the job very well