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Old 06-25-2017, 02:00 PM   #1
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first timer rust repair

Hello, so I'm getting ready to paint my 66 VIP. Really want to get rid of these cancer spots though.
Are these too big to fill with mesh? Should I be looking into having somebody weld in a patch? I'm not looking to make it perfect but don't want to be re doing it next summer
I am a taper/ drywall finisher so I'm fairly confident with Bondo but it is my first time taking on more than just a small dent

Any input much appreciated!!
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I would say, Better to have the "Tin Knocker" do it. Just my 2 cents. If not, your going to be back at it at some point in time.
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Get someone to do it, one big bump and all your bondo will break away.
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