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Eastwood CONTOUR® Aluminum Reinforced Repair Compound Body Filler is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product! hardens like armor when used right! First off, I am NOT a professional body tech. I grew up in the poor folks sector that scrounged and used anything and everything cheap. that said, I've had experience with a whole bunch of different body materials. more than I'd like in some cases. first thing I did was test a small blob of it with both cream and liquid hardener and it works great with both. (I prefer the cream because the color changes as it mixes). It goes on smooth and pretty much bubble-less (IF you've done your prep correctly) . I do suggest you do your buildups in stages and try not to slop as, once its hard? its not an easy sand without a Disc sander. I even smacked it with a hammer to see if I could fracture it and... nothing! so, for all the negative remarks? learn to test your product if you've never used it... this stuff rocks!
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works as stated. it does require patience. I have used this product on and off over a couple years. It works great. It has been used in areas that I know has some chance of flexing.. I am restoring a 60 Triumph TR 3 and the inner fender wells on the front and back will flex. I used it over welds where new sheet metal was welded in. No issues. It took me a few tries to get the amount of hardener just right. It does take a few hours to set up. Even then it has a tacky feeling. I found that if I take a small knife blade and gently scrape the surface, it will remove the portion of the resin that comes to the surface. Then I took some used 60 grit sand paper to to scuff off the surface before taking a new piece of 60 grit sand paper to It. I am very happy with the product. It does stay flexible and moves with the metal so you do not get stress cracks. Do not expect to sand it down until several hours has gone by. BE SURE to stir up the contents of the can to mix it thoroughly, as the liquid will separate from the solid paste material after sitting, even for amshort period of time.. I personally would recommend this product.
Date published: 2015-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ok i wish i had used this years ago .i love it .waterproofs.great on fiberglass.i will always use the eastwood contour repair compound for all my projects and repairs.thanks again
Date published: 2013-05-26
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Would recommend this for smoothing out frame pitting? Should it be done prior to rust encapsulater? Is there a better method?

Asked by: Vtjeeper
For Rust Encapsulator to do what it is designed to do- it needs to come in direct contact with the rust. You would want to use this after using the Encapsulator.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-08-29

I've replaced some bus windows with sheet metal in the original openings. Would this be a good product to use to finish and seal the outside 90 degree edge and small crack where the sheet metal sits agianst the bottom and side pillars? Thanks

Asked by: Bustime88
The Aluminum body filler will be a great product for you application, as it is water proof.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-06-23

I plan on using this to reshape a door sill where the metal got thin and had to be welded back up (no replacement sheetmetal available for the repair). What sandpaper grits do I use? How quick does it set up, and when can I begin sanding?

Asked by: JPScout800
The surface will need to be sanded with 220 grit and wiped clean, it will set up within 15 min. You can sand it as soon as about 30 min.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2019-06-14

Can this be used to repair small pits in pontoons where they contact the bunks? Is there something else you recommend? If so, what finish should be applied after this product for prevention on the whole pontoon? Sharkskin vs clear coat?

Asked by: Shane
The contour Aluminum Filler can certainly be used for your small pits in the Pontoons. As for protection the Sharkhide, or our ExoAmour, would be the way to go. https://www.eastwood.com/exoarmour.html https://www.eastwood.com/sharkhide-aluminum-protectant-quart.html
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-05-29


Asked by: NONE
This would only be good until about 250-300F.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-01-18

Can this be powder coated over after it cures

Asked by: Timmy
This will not stand the curing temperature of powder coat. The best filler to topcoat with powder is our high temp lab metal.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2018-11-29

Can I encapsulate the rust before applying Eastwood Contour Aluminum Reinforced Compound Body Filler.

Asked by: JayK
If you wish to encapsulate the rust prior to using our Aluminum filler we recommend using our Platinum Encapsulator for maximum durability.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-08-21

How exactly do you measure the 2% of cream hardener needed to (Contour) aluminum-filled compound

Asked by: Bubba
A rough estimate would be to use 1/2 tea spoon hardener for about 2oz of filler.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-12-28
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Eastwood CONTOUR® Aluminum Reinforced Repair Compound Body Filler

Eastwood CONTOUR® Aluminum Reinforced Repair Compound Body Filler

Item #13518ZP Brand: Eastwood

Reinforced with aluminum for a
stronger, corrosion-resistant repair
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Temporarily Out of stock

Expected In: 09-26-2019

Only $29.99


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Contour® Repair Compound is reinforced with aluminum for a stronger, corrosion-resistant repair.

  • Superior corrosion resistance and adhesion
  • Repair factory-leaded seams and high-strength applications
  • Perfect for areas prone to moisture
  • Includes hardener

Fortified with aluminum particles

Eastwood's uniquely formulated filler is fortified with aluminum particles to produce a repair with extra strength, corrosion resistance and durability in galvanized steel and aluminum. Includes Liquid Hardener.

Smooth Rough Castings

A uniquely formulated filler fortified with aluminum for strength, corrosion resistance and durability. Use to repair factory leaded seams and high strength applications as well as areas prone to moisture. Its corrosion resistant properties prevent rust from coming through the repair.

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Filler: 25.3 oz/750 mL Blue Hardener: 0.5fl oz/14mL


13521 ZP EW Contour Glazing Putty 10041Z PRE Painting Prep 13919 Eastwood Filler Spreaders 31273 Eastwood Filler Mixing Board 31160 Dura Block Sanding Boards 21538 Larry Lyles Body Work DVD 43579 DA Orbiting Sander 43120 Eastwood Work-Fender Stand


Thoroughly mix desired amount of material with blue liquid hardener. Using a clean spreader, fill to desired level. Do not exceed 1/4" depth. Allow to cure for at least 15 minutes before sanding. Abrade with 40-80 grit and follow up with 120 grit to achieve desired contour. Final finish with finer abrasives. If necessary, apply Eastwood’s 13521ZP Contour™ Glazing Putty for final finishing. 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 resporatory 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 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% liquid hardener. Do not exceed 1/4" depth. Allow to cure 15 min before sanding. Abrade with 40-80 grit and follow up with 120 grit to desired contour. If necessary, apply Eastwood's Polyester Glazing Putty (13521ZP) for 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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