The body lines and creases on your vehicle are one of the first things noticed when your car is viewed. If the crease and profile lines are not straight it can sure reflect a poor and sloppy appearance of the car.Getting those edges straight and all the dings out of them will take a little effort, but it’s worth it. You may have to repair a small area from a minor accident or ding or possibly rebuild an entire line. In any case I hope to offer you some solid advice to help you along.
Some lines and creases have a sharp edge and others may be more subtle. The process to get them straight is basically the same. To determine the areas view the profile of the crease from numerous angles and then mark off the areas that need correction with a pencil.
After the primer is dry run painters tape across the line to be worked on. Get the edge of the tape just across the middle covering either the lower or upper half only since you will be working on one side at a time.
Remove the final tape and spray the entire work area with more high build primer. Stand back now and see if the line is straight. If not, use more filler and repeat the above steps until you are satisfied. Don't be disappointed if you need to repeat the steps as this job does require some artistic talent, patience and a light touch.