The top of the hood has been primered 3 times, block sanded and guide coated in-between each coat. I let it dry for a full week then went over it with a red scuff pad to help the adhesion of the black primer sealer.
Now here's the problem. I know it's the underside of the hood and I know nobody is going to pay it any attention. Yet I find myself giving it almost the same amount of attention as I did to the body of the car. Look at the sanding discs I am going through. Yes, I am block sanding the underside as well... but what the heck. I bought the car to keep me off the couch and it's doing that.
Here it is after it's first sanding. We still have a few spots of fiberglass showing so I'll add more primer.
The primer sealer really only needed to be applied around the perimeter of the underside of the hood since that's the only place that gets color. But I had a little extra primer left over so I sprayed the center section as well. The center will be painted with Por 15 Chassis Coat Black, the same stuff we used on the firewall and inner fenders.