Evercoat Rage Gold Best Practice:
- CLEAN – Clean and degrease the body panel to be repaired.
- STRAIGHTEN PANEL – Straighten the panel to be repaired as needed.
- PAINT REMOVAL – Remove paint with 80 grit in the area to be filled
- PREPARATION – Sand and feather-edge the area with 80 grit to remove only the clear coat and base coat, then remove sanding dust with clean compressed air.
- APPLY FILLER – Apply Evercoat filler with even, firm pressure in a thin coat, then apply additional material as needed.
- SAND AND FEATHER-EDGE – Sand the filler to shape with 80 grit, then final sand and feather-edge with 180 grit. Remove sanding dust with clean compressed air.
- APPLY PUTTY – Apply a thin coat of easy sand over the entire repair with even, firm pressure to provide a primer-like finish. Note: Putty is optional when using Rage Gold.
- SAND – Sand and feather-edge the putty with 180 grit.
- REMOVE SANDING DUST AND INSPECT – Remove the sanding dust with clean compressed air and inspect area for coarse sand scratches, pinholes, or imperfections.