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So, awhile ago I got into an accident, and it busted up my fender and bumper, my mom's boyfriend got banged out the dent in the fender and bumper pretty well. I was wondering if you guys know a way I could finish smoothing out the fender completely, and removing the rust that formed when the paint chipped in between the crack of the bumper and fender?

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Not bad for a quick fix but still noticeable. A+ for effort :3_winkthu
 

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take the bumper off.... grind/strip the rust off with a rust wheel attachment for a drill..... bondo or primer smooth depending on the depth of the rust and the dents...... wet sand smooth..... paint by shop, or paint by yourself with a spray can of paint that is factory matching..... blend it into the existing paint...... wetsand again..... apply clear coat...... polish to a shine.
 

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Bondo does work wonders
My last car (95 Mazda 626) was in an accident when my sister had it and my dad and I fixed up the huge dent and spray painted it ourselves for pretty cheap
Not as good as replacing the panel etc etc but much cheaper
 

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Use bondo sparingly. Dont hack it.
 

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Make sure to get rid of all the rust otherwise will eventually bubble underneath. At least thats what happened to me when I did body work on my 87 prelude si
 
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