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Martin Senour Introduces PRO Filler Body Filler


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Martin Senour has introduced PRO Filler body filler, a premium line of lightweight filler, fiberglass-reinforced filler and putty.

The professional-grade product offering provides reliable, high-caliber performance in any repair, according to the company.

“Body shops seeking a straightforward, cost-effective solution to auto body repair look to the PRO Filler line for a quality product that will promote shop productivity,” the company said in a news release. “With professional-grade adhesion, elimination of micro-pinholes and industry-leading sanding properties, PRO Filler is a versatile system fit for any repair job.

The complete PRO Filler product line is available exclusively at NAPA Auto Parts stores:

PRO Lite lightweight body filler

PRO Grip premium lightweight body filler

PRO Strand short-strand fiberglass-reinforced

PRO Strand XL long-strand fiberglass-reinforced

PRO Gold finishing glaze & putty

PRO Spot 1k air-dry putty

“The complete PRO Filler line allows for seamless repair,” said Nick Dowling, product manager, Martin Senour. “It’s an asset in any job that requires a product with strong adhesion and smooth application.”

For more information regarding Martin Senour paint products and training opportunities, visit www.martinsenour-autopaint.com/ or call 800-526-6704.

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