I've put three coats of high build primer on my parts, filling and straightening out everything in between. Thought I had it perfect. But lo and behold, a few more small high spots appeared while I was hitting it with the long board.
They are about the size of a dime. I probably *could* just seal over them but my bigger worry is that I'll go through the clearcoat during the final block sanding in these same spots.
My biggest worry is the edge of the door (third photo below). I can't move that edge down because it's perfectly flush to the fender. And my door has about 1/16" of filler (Rage Ultra) on a lot of it already, as it was in bad shape when I began. Not horrible but more than I'd like.
So should I fill around these spots and prime again? Or just call it a day and seal it up, taking good notes to be careful near these locations?