#1
when i sanded my strat boy i dug too far in on certain places, now that i have my primer coat on there are little holes how can i fix this?
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#2
wood filler or some other sort of body filler. just smear it on in the places that need fixing and then sand them smooth.
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#3
Hey how bout' that I've been sigged. I can't remember why I said that though, and the fact that you use it as a sig tells me you have a sense of humour about it..... but anyways sorry if I was rude, or offensive man.

back on topic: Yeah some kind of wood filler should be used.
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#4
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#5
bondo is typically used for fiberglass and metal. your best bet is wood filler and the best wood filler i have found thats still cheap is Elmers ProBond wood filler.
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