|11-30-2006 09:59 PM|
|11-30-2006 08:37 PM|
be sure to read the directions on it a see if it's spec'd for plastic. dont use regular old metal glaze.
i would go with what i mentioned, but you could also use some fusor 142. sand with 180, spray their plastic modifier on, then squirt a little on the scratches and use a spreader to smooth it out. it sands really nice with 180, i try not to use 80 on a bumper unless i have to.
|11-30-2006 08:30 PM|
|mitmaks||what about 2 part putty|
|11-30-2006 08:26 PM|
|b16ej1||as long as they aren't all the way through i would use some evercoat poly-flex. theres really a bunch of differnt products you can use but i wouldn't recommend a one part lacquer base putty.|
|11-30-2006 08:06 PM|
Ive got stock bumper from my 95 cobra that Im trying to fix. I've already fixed cracks in it with Duramix glue. Now I need to fill some small scratches, would glazing putty work on that?