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Old 02-14-2018, 05:00 PM   #1
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Little Camper Painter photos.

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Old 02-15-2018, 10:26 AM   #4
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great work

ok Gerry what are your tips for us apprentits out there?

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Cleaning and prep is crucial for creating a good bond. We use a solvent based, spray-only lacquer, so we have a specific set of cleaning instructions. Our lacquer bonds well with fibreglass or the gel coat on the fibreglass and also on Bondo when used.
Read the instructions and ask questions wherever you buy paint.
Spider cracks will continue to grow if you don't deal with them even when filled with Bondo or fibreglass. They have to be cut out. A Dremel tool can be used to 'router' each crack line past its present length until you are in stable territory. Then fill it. A light Scuff-Sanding and cleaning, removing all caulking, etc.
Then follow paint instructions, etc.
And .... good luck.

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great info

Gerry great info at 76 now 3 big-time back surgeries I am not ready or able to tackle something like you do. But I wish I could!!

you guys must have such pride and satisfaction in your work when something rolls out looking new like this.

There are a few craftsman here displaying their great work here. I am encouraged by all this even at my age. I have watched body shop guys and what they can do with a rivits and bondo! You guys develop such a feel to keep everything level and smooth!

keep on keeping on!!!

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