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Stripped, straightened, blasted, skimmed, and blocked. Ready for Slick Sand.
Taken: Jun 6, 2012
Front bumper filler panel, needs straightening.
First coat of three.
I wouldn't suggest driving around with this in your car... Glass balloons from Wick's Aircraft. Cost about $15.00 a gallon and makes two gallons.
Making home made heat and sound insulation from a gallon of cheap latex paint from the mess-up rack at Lowes, and one gallon of micro air balloons from Wick's Aircraft Supply. The air balloons act as air space for heat insulation and the thickness
Dash panel sanded.
Floor panel primed, seam sealed, and prepped for insulation.
Parts primed with K93 surfacer/sealer. Ready to wetsand and paint.
Checking the color match on the PPG K93 tinted surfacer/sealer.
Windshield moldings primed with DP40.
Hinges primed with PPG DP40, dried for 24 hours, then primed with Slick Sand.
Treated with PPG metal conditioner.
Stripped and sandblasted. I didn't want to blast the paint off since the panel is thin and could warp easily.
Ready to scrape the softened paint with a razor blade.
Beginning to loosen up the paint.
Stipping the paint off the dash panel. I soaked rags with lacquer thinner and covered them with tin foil to keep the thinner from evaporating.
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