What are you grinding the weld with? We use a cutoff wheel, and just get the weld, then lightly flapper the panel for good adhesion.new2novas said:rich is right, but it depends on the situation....i would use lead (if accessible) near or on bodylines or edges, otherwise a good plastic filler..
rich: question about taking down welds such as the ones pictured, i have a really really hard time going from your picture 2 to pic 3 without taking down a bunch of the base, do you just not really worry cause its getting a skim coat anyhow
Well, your body seams.. Q-panel to roof, front window piller to roof are factory leaded so unless your prep is poop it should not bubble. Make sure you sand, clean real well and use a self etching primer..63AKDN said:I was told by one body man, that lead will make the paint lift/bubble. If true, is it only with laquer or a particular paint?
Thank you in advance to the paint gurus