Originally Posted by griffinwert
So I had my car repainted by a guy who clearly wanted out of bodywork, repainted the whole car, and every place where he used bondo, you can see the bondo. My question is, he used a one stage paint that I still have about a quart of; if i wanted to redue and blend in the spots how much work am I looking at? Any chance clearing over it would improve the fade factor?
It would depend on the part of the car you were looking to repair. If you are going to finish it with a single stage paint you will have to repaint the entire panel with a slim chance of being able to use blends. When you say that "you can see the bondo"; are you implying that the paint is transparent or you can see the raised outline?
To answer your other question would depend on the brand of single stage. Many single stages can not be cleared over with any type of success.