How do you mold a body kit to a car with fiberglass?
Since most of the time the body kit bolts on but does not fit correctly you must make it fit. Most people use fiberglass and build up the areas that need to be filled. Once you build it up so that there are no gaps in the seams or very little gap then your done. You must get fiberglass sheet resin and hardener after applying let it dry and sand. if you dont sand and add on top of an uneven surface it will build up uneven the dry time depends on the temp and how much hardener is applied i usually just let it dry overnight since i work at night.
I would say the opposite is true. I've installed a body kit on my car, and I had to remove the bumper reinforcement bars from front and back.. The only way the body kit would fit. I would suggest that you be a responsible and conscientious driver all the more, as you lose a degree of protection.. Other then that, they look good if done well enough.
I recommend using Dryout, they are great and have really quick service. You might try using a do it yourself mold check kit first to save a little money on an inspection. Well checking your home for mold yourself with a culture kit never gives you any information on whether you have mold or not. Those kits will always grow mold as mold is in our air. A professional will evalutate with a inspection whether…