Hi. I have seen soming on the T.V. that looks lik a primer or sealer that is put down a thick coat to level the body.You know how rough these old bodys can get.What do i need to put on the car to sand it down for a real smooth look. Thanks Mel.
Well first welcome to TriFive, second lets believe everything we see on TV or we would all have six pack abs and lose 150 pounds in a month.
But there are products that will aid in smoothing over the finished body to take those minor waves and very shallow dips out. These are called filler primers and used properly and not abused will do a great job in finalizing the detail work before paint.
Most of your major automotive paint companies can supply you this product and for the most part will all about work the same. What you should however do is pick one paint type product and stay with that same type all the way threw the entire job. If possible Mel take photo's and post them and keep us in touch with your progress.
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