NightTrain wrote:What's strange is that the blisters formed in a line, and only in a small area.
It could be a void inside the fiberglass layers that has trapped gas. Take a
look at the underside of the hood directly under the bubbles; that might
give a clue...?
And thats what throwing me off. Just that one area and I hit other sections harder. The under side of the hood was also painted and it looks just fine. Obviously didn't cut and buff that as I'm not that concerned with it and it layed down real flat anyways.
Guess I'll give it a day before I either re-clear the whole **** thing. I cut out one of the bubbles and it was only clear. No color at all.
Never had problems with fiberglass in the recent past but I've never seen/heard of this brand hood (TruFiber) before. Guess I may have learned my lesson. Buy other brands.