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    Not sure if this is the right place, but I cant see where else it goes..

    Does car filler work OK in the cold or not?

    I want to fill round the edge of the sunroof now I have had it wlded up, before the wrap goes over.

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    Should set fine, it's a chemical reaction that makes it go off. TBH I'd be more concerned about moisture getting in between the filler and the metal in cold weather.
     
     

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    Thanks for that-the car is in a dry garage so it should be OK (I hope).
     
     

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    Agree with Flakmonkey

    Only thing is that being a chemical reaction it may take longer than normal to set in the cold. Should eventually set as it would in 'normal' conditions though.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmc View Post
    Agree with Flakmonkey

    Only thing is that being a chemical reaction it may take longer than normal to set in the cold. Should eventually set as it would in 'normal' conditions though.
    Spot on, can take a fair bit longer to go off.

    If it is exposed to frost, it can have an adverse reaction

    Stick a small heater in the garage for an hour to help it cure


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