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OK there's not much point in sugar coating this, but this isn't really going to be something you can salvage. The only way to get this looking right is likely a full respray of both doors, and I don't mean with a rattle can. I mean with a proper compressor driven air sprayer. This is smack bang in the worst place to be doing this sort of thing, you're on ...


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I'm not an expert in bodywork, however, I can tell from the job you did it is completely wrong. When painting any panel on a vehicle you cannot just paint a small area. You have to paint a panel at least out to the body lines. This masks the edges of your paint areas. A body line is like the crease at the top of the door. The top of the door is probably not ...


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Unless the fasteners are made from stainless steel, which yours are likely not since you said that the have rust on them, then they will have some kind of anti-corrosion coating. This coating could be zinc or they could be electro plated For example read - https://www.bhamfast.com/electroplating-fasteners/ It would therefore be unwise to sand them down ...


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