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Default Evercoat Everglass, Duraglass, Bondo, ect..??

im getting ready to take care of some rust spots on the explorer and im wondering if i should use

Everglass
Bondo
Duraglass

need help asap cause im bout to go out and buy some so i can get started on my litle project.


Edit. none of the spots are too bad, i shouldnt have to replace anything, just the normal, grind, scuff, sand, ect...

sorry for the short post, but im bout to be on my way out soon. need more info just ask. should get the point tho.
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I've used Bonda and it worked fine for me. I actually used this http://www.doityourself.com/stry/smallrustspotscar the first time I did it myself.
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see the only reason i ask bout the different kinds is::

im going to be doing this in like a week, and i might not be able to get it all painted b4 the snow and cold comes, so.....

my theory is, if i use everglass or duraglass (which is waterproof seal or whatever) after im done taking care of the rust and use that, then finish it off (sanding, ect..) and then get some primer on it it should be ok through winter time? till i get time to paint it since i dont have like a heatedwork garage...


if i use bondo (which is not waterproof) im kinda scared that through the winter time without being painted and clear coated it will start to bubble then i'll have to do it all over again...


i DO have SOME experience w/body work, but not tooooo much, so im looking for the best "fix" for my situation since i will not pay anyones outrageous price for a paint job. i can do that myself when the weather breaks, plus im doing a "custom" paint job when it does get painted..

here is a link to some pics of the eye sores if anyone cares to look to get a general idea and for any help..
Operation::: Bangins Rust Removal - The Forum

and thanks for the input & link pat, appreciated man.

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I'm no expert but I think either way as long as you get some primer on it as it acts like a sealant too. I know there are some other more qualified painters on here that can give you more professional opinion than mine.

Good luck though
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I think if you primer it you should be OK, but I guess your better safe than sorry so I'd would go ahead and get the waterproof stuff.
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I'm no expert but I think either way as long as you get some primer on it as it acts like a sealant too. I know there are some other more qualified painters on here that can give you more professional opinion than mine.

Good luck though
true true, didnt really think of it that way i guess..

well i might wait another day to grab something since i still have a few more days b4 i start on this that way i can hear a few more opinions i guess. ..

thanks again Pat
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I think if you primer it you should be OK, but I guess your better safe than sorry so I'd would go ahead and get the waterproof stuff.
yeah i wasnt really thinking bout the primer sealing it, not sure why i didnt catch that haha.. i guess im just rushing a little to get everything together so i can start soon.

i guess i'll go and price stuff.. i called this one place and hey wanted 19.98 for a gallon of bondo, and like 41.97 for everglass, and like 39.99 for Duraglass..

i dont wanna really go the "cheap" route just cause its cheaper, i just want to go about it the right way the first time basically, i might just spend the extra money and get the dura or ever just in case..


thanks much guys, appreciated .
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No problem. Give us some before and after pictures if you can
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will do pat. I went ahead and grabbed a gallon of duraglas..

i started today on it. i got a little accomplished, and did a little more than i was going to.

today i did the back door at the bottom (the lip), just got it down to bare metal, getting it prepped..

i also shaved the rear wiper today, shaved the rear door lock, and shaved the rear door handle. got a layer of duraglass on these three today. i still gotta get the DA out and sand the hell out of it. then im going to re-drill (re-anchor) them so there is more of a "hold" on them.

so i will defiantly slap some pics up for you guys.
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If you're down to bare metal and rust is there, grind out the rust with some 80grit. If it's deep, I'd pave it a little with some duraglass (everglass is the same stuff, IIRC, just different company). Then sand it down and hit it with some Rage or Rage Gold. Rage Gold sands sooooo nice. It's a little on the expensive side ($30/gallon). I have some left in my garage that I haven't used, so I use it to cover countersunk screws in boxes.
Contrary to popular belief, primer isn't a sealer. It will actually absorb water. My last daily driver, I had in black primer. Doesn't look so hot now. Definitely primer, guidecoat, sand, primer, guidecoat, sand, paint, clear, done. You can skip one of the guidecoats and sands if you want. That's just how we always did in the body shop I worked at.

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