Just curious if anyone out there has experience with P-Tex candles, used for repairing ski/snowboard bases. They are fairly easy and inexpensive to use - and I thought (after hearing Ricky's suggestion - thanks for the idea bud! - commie DVDs in the mail ) that they might be good for minor repairs to plastic bodywork on bikes. I have some fresh road rash on my 03 KTM 640 Adv's tank and I am considering getting some candles and repairing the scrapes/gouges. Probably include sanding off the rough stuff (as little material as possible), then filling in gouges with the P-Tex material. Wondering about issues like longevity of the P-Tex, will it stay bonded to the tank plastics, and does it accept paint or maybe a primer? Here is TOKO, the manufacturer of the leading P-Tex product's webpage: http://www.tokowax.com/ More soon: just wanted to post to see if anyone had tried this or similar, or had experience with P-Tex use. EDIT: THE TANK IS NOT METAL!!!