REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS USING FIBER GLASS MATERIAL
Power-sand the filler with 360 grit sandpaper
until it is smooth and even with the original
If the filler is slightly porous (has fine pinholes),
apply a thin coat of glazing putty (Figure 56). If
the filler is pockmarked, do not use glazing putty.
In-stead, apply another layer of body filler as
covered in Steps 1 through 5 before applying the
Allow the glazing putty to cure under heat gun or
heat lamp. Finish by sanding with a sanding
block and 360 grit sandpaper.
Clean the area with air and remask, if necessary.
Then spot prime the surface and wet sand with
400 to 600 grit sandpaper. Complete the repair
by painting the surface.
NOTE - If you have used screws to align the panel,
remove them and fill the holes with body filler be-
fore finishing the panel.
Figure 56. - Applying Glazing Putt