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I am fixing holes and gouges. It seems the previous owner only had a can opener for tools. I spot weld with my mig on the outside and bead the inside. when I grind down the outside, there are small craters or high spots. My question is.... What do I use to smoothe it all out? Bondo, Eastwoods metal to metal,etc. This area is the underside. Tunnel hump,Floor area,fire wall. Before I seal and paint, I think I should use something easy to work with , but durable and some heat resistant.
 

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Use the metal to metal stuff, or some kind of tougher epoxy.....bondo will not like being subjected to engine/exhaust heat, or grease/oil or other petroleum products.
 

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Thanks Torino,
It is a 2 part mix. I am cleaning up the inside of the floors to paint and that crud and rubberized seam sealer is a pain to get out. I am using a degreaser. Is there anything better to cut through for the final cleanup?
 
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