I use a random orbital sander to sand the majority of the bondo using 80x paper. When I get close I then use a inline sander with 80x paper to get the rest. Harbor freight sells one cheap that works fine. You could also get a hand block that uses the same paper which is even cheaper. Then inspect the body work and see if there is any pin holes or missed spots. You can either fill them with more bondo or use a glaze however unless you are doing a lot of body work spending 20 to 30 bucks for a tube of glaze may not be a good idea. Then I do a final sand with 220 stearated paper with a sanding block and prime.
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