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I got a few spots on my door edges that need to be repaired. The previous repair work got chipped installing the new fenders. I need to fill these areas in but not sure which product to use.

I like Evercoat and I found two products I was thinking of trying, one is Metal Glaze and the other is Euro-Soft.

Any thoughts on which one would be the better one?
 

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What are they, chipped paint? Metalglaze makes a fine glaging putty and could be used if its just a chip.Can you just sand the chips out? Let us know what the damage is for sure!!DR
 

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What happened was, some of the previous plastic got chipped off, along the front edge of the door, while trying to align things.
Some of them may be 1/4" wide x 1" to 1-1/2" long and 1/8" deep.
It didn't bother me at that time, because the car needs repainted but that was then and now it's time to concentrate on the body.
I saw in the description of the Euro-Soft that it's good for door edges so this is why I was considering that product.
But like I said, my coworker suggested Metal Glaze from previous experiences using it.

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They make a Kevlar duraglass witch is for edges. But if your trying to keep small metal glaze works but not a strong.
 
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