Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: NJ, the northern part that has farms
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Honestly, the only way to get rid of it in it's entirety is to sand the hood completely and start from scratch.
The last one of these I did, I took the hood to bare metal, cleaned it, and primed, painted and clear coated.. It's the only way to really solve it.
I tried looking at the link to your pics but it's not working.
Depending on the color, I suppose a body shop could fix that spot and do a blend in to the rest of the hood...but you may keep having clear peel off elsewhere.
I'd do it once and be done with it.
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