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This is a car repair tutorial on how to apply glaze putty to a repair area that has been repaired with body filler and sanded ...
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See it on, it's all up to you to do your body filler and you get it alright and smooth. Edge out your edges which are around your dent so that one you would probably do. So after you are done edging your edges, you can now apply what's called a Putty and this helps you on eliminate like all those scratches, holes and lot of stuff and this is really helpful because the edges won't really get - won't really be gone with the D.A and, 150 grit paper. So you can use it on glaze and apply it all over which is about 2-4 inches outside your original dent.
Mix it like regular filler. By the way it's not shining like this, it is a little body filler, primer too and, so now remember you go from outside of your -- from all around your feather edges.
Your putty is thick as your body filler.
A lot thicker than your body filler see how I am applying that really thin. Now we can just wait for it to dry and what we use is 150 paper, it's okay to start out with then you can finish it out with 180. So we can just wait for it to dry out.
Okay well as you guys can see here is one that's already been sanded and as you could feel the edges, there are not really -- they are no more they got together with this part so this part really is smooth and I think you are upto the step where you can just prime it with. The primer will get away all those scratches, yes this one is drying out and it's getting ready to get sanded too.