Tips For Applying and Block Sanding Bondo
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probably have damage to your car. If insurance is involved, then you will
be dealing with an auto claim and a body shop. From there, they will take
care of the repairs for you. However, if you are a DIY car enthusiast and
have a car that you are wanting to repair yourself, then you are doing to
need to know how to use Bondo. This video explains the steps that you will
need to take to prepare the metal, apply Bondo and block the body filler.
Once the body filler is finished out in 150 to 180 grit, it then ready for
the paint steps.
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Dent Repair How To DIY with MIG Stud Weld Kit from Eastwood
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The Eastwood MIG Stud Welding Kit transforms your MIG welder into a Stud
Welder which can be used to repair and remove dents from sheet metal. This
kit includes everything you will need to start repairing dents with your
MIG welder. The kit includes MIG Stud Nozzle, Slide Hammer, 100 2mm Pins,
and a replacement locking cam for the slide hammer. The nozzle included in
this kit was designed to work with Tweco style nozzles and may or may not
work with other style MIG torches.
In this video we repair a couple dents in the door of our old Mustang using the Eastwood MIG Stud