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Do I applied glaze and stacked two coats waited 45 minutes like suggested. But I can still see my filler. Now it was smooth and no bold lines, but I figured it would not be seen. Maybe it is suppose be be like that till u put the high build on it.

Tell me I did not just screw something up, I just thought I was doing good


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rentascout;64728 Wrote:Do I applied glaze and stacked two coats waited 45 minutes like suggested. But I can still see my filler. Now it was smooth and no bold lines, but I figured it would not be seen. Maybe it is suppose be be like that till u put the high build on it.

Tell me I did not just screw something up, I just thought I was doing good

Looks Perfect..Your gonna see different layers when it's sanded blended out..Thats the glaze filling your small low spots..

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that dull look is the filler and it is normal??? I thought I messed it up becasue you can see it.
so how do you make it look one solid piece

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