I'm working on some custom tweeter pods for my 01 SE. I started by wrapping the part in fleece, then body filler, then I sanded it with 80 grit, 150 grit and then 400 grit (wet) to smooth it all out. Then I used a dry 600 grit sheet to scuff it a bit. Cleaned it with alcohol and then primered it with three coats of flexable surface primer spray from sem, waited an hour for it to dry and then sprayed it with sem gloss black paint. I did two coats and let it sit and dry. The problem is by the time I went to paint it, it was midnight and I was doin it outside by porch light. I overlooked some pinholes and runny lines. It'* not any major flaws but I'm very particular about my work and my car is gonna be used for demos. How can I fix the run lines and pin holes? Do I have to sand it all down again and start from scratch or is there another way. Please help me guys!
THIS IS MY BONNEVILLE. THERE ARE MANY BONNEVILLES LIKE IT, BUT THIS ONE IS MINE
WITHOUT ME, MY BONNEVILLE IS NOTHING AND WITHOUT MY BONNEVILLE, I AM NOTHING...
Black 2001 SE Grey Leather Interior: