I have to ask. What happens if some of this adhesive comes in contact with filler? I have some small holes where I used adhesive to bond sheet metal plugs and it worked its way to the top of the hole. I have not sanded that area yet, and I was hoping that I could finish that adhesive flush and primer over it. But what if I needed a skim coat of filler? What is the correct way to do this? Thanks in advance.
I just wanted to add that I read your last post, but the problem is that these holes were embossed from the old trim, so they are somewhat lower than most of the surface. So I am thinking even if I grind it, there will still be some area of dried adhesive that could make contact with the filler if needed.
Last edited by Ron M; 10-09-2004 at 11:13 PM.