Do it right, do it once, eh. Especially on a show car or one you want to be nice and not just look good enough to sell.I was hoping that the glazing putty and existing primer would do the necessary, but then the aluminum came through to the paint while I was sanding :/
Haha!Do it right, do it again in a year, when the kids have knocked something else over onto the goddamned car.
bondo inhabits that weird space between glazing putty and glass-reinforced filler that nobody really asked for, and isn't really useful in either situation.I'm no sculptor with bondo. That's more of an art form than it is a trade or technical thing. Can make small stuff disappear given enough time but that's about it lol.
The rest of it isn't difficult, just tedious.
he knew that too, and jenkum woulda if he even looked slightly into it. Even the sped up and cut down youtube video of a dude doing is is 21 minutes.Turns out it's actually more than an hours worth of work. But I assume you're probably so much smarter than my mechanic that you could do it in 15 minutes.
$60 well spent!