Car Rust Repair -How to Fix Rust Pits in a Fender with Glazing Putty & Rust Encapsulator at Eastwood

In this video, Mike shows you the proper way to mix and spread body filler on a fender from our 1989 LX Mustang 5.0 project car.

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BUY Glazing Putty Here: http://www.eastwood.com/ew-contour-glazing-putty-24-oz-tube.html

BUY Mixing Board: http://www.eastwood.com/quick-mix-board.html

BUY Dura Block Sanders: http://www.eastwood.com/7-piece-sanding-block-kit.html

BUY Fast Etch: http://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-s-fast-etch.html

Buy Rust Encapsulator: http://www.eastwood.com/rust-encapsulator-27989.html

Contour™ 1-step Premium Body Filler actually inhibits rust and self-etches! Save time in your shop with our “all-in-1-step” custom-blended premium body filler. It contains rust inhibitors to prevent corrosion long after painting, and its unique self-etching properties bite into the surface for maximum adhesion. A great “1-2 punch” to help finish bodywork faster and more effectively!
Rust inhibitors prevent corrosion
Self-etching properties create excellent adhesion
Superior coverage and feather-edging ability
1-step process; no glazing putty required

Fill pinholes and sand scratches with our Polyester Glazing Putty…even on large areas Before painting, use this glazing putty to fill pinholes and sand other minor imperfections that can ruin the look of your final finish. Use over sanded substrates, steel and galvanized steel.
Fills pinholes
Sands scratches and imperfections
Can be applied to large areas without distortion
Mix with other body fillers

In this video, Mike shows you the proper way to mix and spread body filler on a fender from our 1989 LX Mustang 5.0 project car.

Eastwood has everything you need to do the job right – welders, plasma cutters, powder coating supplies, HVLP guns, specialty paint, hand tools, fender rollers, meta fab equipment, abrasive blasters, auto body supplies and more! Since 1978.

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Comments

  1. Ty High
    Ty High 1 February, 2016, 19:58

    I'm not a body guy but I was wondering why you apply the thin film instead of just scraping off the excess just filling the pits ,thanks, like I say I know diddly about body work

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  2. Eastwood Company
    Eastwood Company 1 February, 2016, 19:58

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    Eastwood Company 1 February, 2016, 19:58

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  4. BrooklynSal
    BrooklynSal 1 February, 2016, 19:58

    It may be a lot of glaze for just filling pin holes but maybe he has other irregularities he's trying cover.

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  5. Eastwood Company
    Eastwood Company 1 February, 2016, 19:58

    Links to BUY the products seen in this video are below the video.

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