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Filler, Bonda Rust,  Bonda Rust 

Bonda rust,  Filler,  Bonda Rust


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Bondarust first then block the whole panel and fill the low spots then re-coat with Bondarust and then prime/paint.


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Thanks guys

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  • 3 months later...

I am just at this stage and on a bit of a learning curve - give me mechanicals/ electricals any day. 

What does anyone recommend as  not too expensive blocks to use for blocking the panels?

There seems to be a whole range of rigid/ less rigid, fixed abrasive/paper, cheap/expensive.

All recommendations gratefully received, thanks


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We are old school here, I use one of these Rubber block and I had a local woodworkers make me a long block from some fancy South American hardwood it measures 290mm x 55mm and so can utilise a full sheet of paper wrapped round it and its hard enough to be able to leave it in the rubbing down water bucket for days without absorbing anything. Thats a great one to produce absolutely dead flat panels. I also have some smaller wooden blocks which are useful for smaller areas and this one for wheel arch flared curves as well Wedge block.


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