To finish up the primary body work, I filled any large gaps, holes, or seams with an automotive filler putty that the Bondo may have missed. To fill in the smaller, pin-size holes, I used Squadron’s Green putty. I let the putty dry overnight. The next day I proceeded to wetsand the main body components with 250 grit sandpaper. I then worked my way up to 400, 600, and finally 800 grit paper to ensure a smooth finish on the body. At this point, the body needs a “splash coat” of paint, which will be detailed later. However, due to the wintry weather in my area, this will most likely be put off until the early spring. Until then, I’ll move onto other parts of the kit like dry-fitting the electronics, prepping the decals, and modifying the main body and lower door so they sit flush when the tricorder is closed.