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    pinholes

    whats the best way to get rid of pinholes in bondo? should i fill them in or sand them out, or what?



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    Re: pinholes

    usually sand them out, or if thet arent that bad, primer should get them out............



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    Re: pinholes

    Feather it out with a high-grit sandpaper.



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    Re: pinholes

    get you some glaze putty and use a razor blade to put it on very thin. The razor blade will fill the hole and leave minimal amount of glazing putty behind. Sand it again with 320 and prime. Or you can just put lots of primer on it .




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    Re: pinholes

    thanks for the help.



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