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11-02-2002 04:21 PM
Halloweenking On the filler smooth down to 220, them prime, wet sand the primer with 400, let dry, clean and paint.

11-02-2002 02:31 PM
80Camino What grit sandpaper do i use, i dont wanna leave a bunch of sandmarks in it.
11-02-2002 11:28 AM
Halloweenking Sand it smooth, use a bit of plastic or fiberglass or even spot puddy to smooth out the dips and prime and paint.

11-02-2002 04:35 AM
Prepping fiberglass hood

Im working on getting my car ready to paint, last year Santy Clause brought me a 4 inch cowl Harwood hood.The fiberglass is extremely straight with very minor dips in it.How do i go about prepping it for paint. <img src="graemlins/sweat.gif" border="0" alt="[sweat]" />

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