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Eastwood Contour Glazing Putty 24 oz Tube is rated 4.35 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this stuff I'm finishing up my 3rd 24oz tube of this stuff over a year long project, a 67 Caddy and I have been telling everyone about it. Only bad thing I can say is that Eastwood does not offer additional cream hardners in blue which is important as the shade mixed gives you an idea of what hardness your at when overlapping work. Other than that, I find this putty amazing for making those "laser straight" panels. This stuff cures a bit harder than "bondo" and sands a bit harder yet it's very consistent throughout making it easier for me to fine tune curves. You don't "over sand" in a couple strokes requiring a reapplication. It feathers out micro fine with a nice semi-transparent edge. Yes often it clogs the paper at the initial sanding, no big deal. I hog it down with the Hutchins then wet sand it to the beautiful surfaces seen in the photos. When finished it feels stronger, more durable then "bondo" yet it is still flexible. Fingernails don't scratch or gouge it. Primer covers it well, without sucking in the first coat leaving those dry patches. I don't think I will ever use anything else. Plus, the squeeze tube process is so easy and clean to work with.
Date published: 2015-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Filler that fills a need. I gave it 5 stars, the only slight issue is as mentioned before is it does tend to clog the paper at first sanding. I found by using 100 grit dry paper to knock off the top layer. After that it mixes, spreads, adheres, fills, and sands great. One quality that stand out for me is I use Feather Fill high build primer, the Contour glazing putty sands at the same rate, meaning I can block sand across both products and get equal leveling. Now as I recoat with the Feather Fill, the leveling is done, I don't waste time leveling between the primer and putty, I'm blocking the panel for overall straightness.
Date published: 2014-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great a++++++ I really love this product very smooth and easy to sand I will buy it again.
Date published: 2015-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good stuff! Ordered this stuff to try something different than my Metal Glaze and was I surprised! Its a little thicker than metal glaze and seems to spread just the same. I use it mainly for pin holes and very minor body work and once in a while Ill mix it with regular body filler to get that fill but not over the top. If you use it by itself Ive seen a few bad reviews, the thing with any glaze is that it sands likejunk if its not fully dried. Let it cure hard and it sands like a dream, hit it with 80 then finish it up with 180 and youre in business. This is now my go to glaze and Ill probably move over to most of the eastwood stuff. Im not being paid to say this, its just good stuff and it works. Once I find something I like, I stick to it and this is one of them. Thanks Eastwood!
Date published: 2014-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good pruduct I would recommend this product. I agree that the sanding does clog the first piece of paper but then sands right out with a fresh peice. I would say don’t be shy with the hardner on this one. I found less hardner contributes to the sanding issues. What I can say is that the shelf life on this product surpasses other products on the market. I’ve used other products that gel in the tube after it has been opened or right off the shelf from the local body suppliers. At that point it useless. I’ve use 4 tubes of this product so far and it has held up well no gelling at and been able to utilize the entire tube each time. Personally I think this is a good product and I’m about to order some right now!
Date published: 2013-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from fine products Again, Eastwood offers a superb glazing putty for us who restore many things. I am currently restoring a 1922 dodge pickup as my daily driver. Eastwoo makes this restoration easier and faster. Mant thanks for offering these fine products. Steve Cannon
Date published: 2014-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from glazing seems to be a good product, certainly better than the red toothpaste stuff sold at Auto Zone, etc and sold in a smaller size than the professional stuff at the auto paint store.
Date published: 2013-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product I am so happy that I ignored the 1 negative review….my experience was opposite what he said…I used it to fill in several pin holes on my 1973 f100 hood. It dried within 10 minutes…i waited 1 hour and sanded with ease…the holes are non existent and the project is back on track….i waited to fill the holes until i had the epoxy and 1st primer coat on…i defy anyone to find where the holes were…Thank you Eastwood!
Date published: 2015-05-20
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Does Eastwood Contour Glazing Putty come with the catalyst or is it a separate item?

Asked by: Jr Lee
It comes with the catalyst.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-07-30

Can this product be used over EVER COAT SLICK SAND Primer?

Asked by: gkinzner
Yes you can you would use 180 grit before applying the glaze
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2015-07-13

I used this on two large panels and evidently did not use enough hardene it has not dried after 24 hours.. Will it dry, if not how can I remove it without damaging the body filler underneath

Asked by: rich mc
This product will most definitely harden when enough hardener is used. It should harden within 5-15 minutes depending on amount of hardener used. As for removing the unhardened stuff without damaging the underlying body filler that is an almost impossible task. Any solvent you use to remove it has the chance to damage or be absorbed into the underlying filler. Your best be would be to scrap off what you can and then try to sand as lightly as possible to remove the rest.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2015-06-09

Love this stuff, but I tend to run out of the hardener. Can I use universal hardener with this?

Asked by: Crossle17
A universal cream hardener for polyester fillers can be used in the Glazing Putty. http://www.eastwood.com/usc-red-cream-hardner-4oz.html
Answered by: NickC
Date published: 2014-09-08
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EW Contour Glazing Putty 24 oz Tube

Item #13521ZP

Fill pinholes, sand scratches, with
polyester putty...even on large areas


Fill pinholes and sand scratches with our Polyester Glazing Putty...even on large areas.

  • Fills pinholes
  • Sands scratches and imperfections
  • Can be applied to large areas without distortion
  • Mix with other body fillers

Before painting, use this glazing putty to fill pinholes and sand other minor imperfections that can ruin the look of your final finish. Use over sanded substrates, steel and galvanized steel.

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About EW Contour Glazing Putty 24 oz Tube

Eastwood’s Polyester Glazing Putty is designed to fill pinholes, sanding scratches and minor imprecations prior to painting. Unlike other glazing putties, it can be spread over larger areas and fill imperfections without distorting contours. Easily spreads very thin and can be sanded to an ultra thin featheredge. Use over sanded substrates, steel and galvanized steel. Can also be mixed with body fillers to improve their spreading and sanding ability. Includes 1oz cream hardener


Glaze: 24 Fl Ounces/ 710mL Hardener: 1 oz/ 28g


12416z Eastwood Guide Coat 10041Z PRE Painting Prep 13919 Eastwood Filler Spreaders 31273 Eastwood Filler Mixing Board 31160 Dura Block Sanding Boards 21538 Larry Lyles Body Work DVD 12776 Evolution HVLP Paint Gun 14064 2oz cream hardener


Thoroughly mix desired amount of material with cream hardener. Using a clean spreader, fill to desired level. Do not exceed 1/16" depth. Allow to cure for at least 15 minutes before sanding. Abrade with 80-grit and follow up with 120-180-grit to achieve desired contour. Final finish with finer abrasives. Topcoat with quality primer, such as Eastwood’s Epoxy or Urethane Primers.

CAUTION: Do NOT return catalyzed material back into can. To avoid contamination, seal lid tightly after each use. Store in a cool dry place.


Always wear eye, skin and resp[oratory protection when using this product always apply in a well ventilated area. consult MSDS and product label for specific safety warnings


Made in Canada to Eastwood's strict specifications and quality standards


Surface must be clean and free of wax, grease and debris. Abrade surface using 36 grit, or finer. Thoroughly mix desired amount of material with 2% cream hardener. Do not exceed 1/4" depth. Allow to cure 15 min before sanding. Abrade with 120-180 grit to desired contour. Use a finer abrasive to achieve finer finish If necessary, apply Eastwood’s Polyester Glazing Putty (13521zp) final finishing. Topcoat with quality primer such as Eastwood’s Epoxy or Urethane Primers. Do NOT return catalyzed material back into can.

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