what to do with low spots?

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what to do with low spots?

Post by inda_bebe on July 12th 2012, 6:41 pm

so after block sanding and you find some low spots. what do you do? add filler, putty, more primer? do you have to sand it down to metal again and add filler?

and whats the difference between body filler and glaze putty?
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Re: what to do with low spots?

Post by cac1967 on July 12th 2012, 11:05 pm

If the low spot's are pretty low I would skim them with filler , if the spot's are really minute I would use a good metal glaze like evercoat finishing glaze, then block the the filler /glaze then prime again. The difference between filler and glaze is the filler is made to fill dent's and glaze is made to fill scratches, pin hole's in your filler and minor imperfection's,never try to fill a dent with glaze or spot putty it will crack and give problem's,and try to keep the depth of your filler to under a1/4 inch so you will not have issue's with it cracking and popping out. hope this help's!!! thumbs up
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Post by 63Falconconvert on July 13th 2012, 9:57 am

TOTALY AGREE!....Good advice thumbs up
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