How to fill holes, make it seem like they were never there?

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How to fill holes, make it seem like they were never there?

Post by DavGerm4 » Thu Oct 18, 2012 2:32 am

So I've got an NES Console, that I'm going to be putting a PC into, but I just had a few questions about how to fill holes up, to make it look like there were never any holes there? Like I've heard of Bondo but only for use on vehicle parts, not for plastics.

So like here's an example of the holes that I want to fill in: http://puu.sh/1g2P2.

Any recommendations? Would greatly appreciate it!

Thanks!
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Re: How to fill holes, make it seem like they were never there?

Post by hailrazer » Fri Oct 19, 2012 4:56 am

The best way would be to super glue a small piece of plastic on the back side. Then use epoxy to fill the holes. Sand it smooth, then use Bondo spot putty to fill in any lttle pinholes. Sand it super smooth , then paint it.
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