Okay, so I'm disappointed with myself on this one even though every glass job I do is an improvement on the last. I have a red board that needed some major dings fixed as well as an entirely new tail. I sanded down the entire bottom of the board to weave and fixed the dings as per usual (with clear microballoons, cloth, etc.) then laminated a new layer of 2oz over the whole bottom. I laminated with pigment in hopes of creating a nice, new looking glass job. For the most part it looks okay. However, there are obvious dark spots coming through where some of the dings were. I then tried to do a pigmented hot coat which did help a little but it didn't do a good enough job. Now I'm stuck. I really wanted a nice uniform color and I don't know how to proceed. If it was me, I would gloss coat and ride the thing but I had hopes of possibly selling this one instead; it's a restoration job of the Unity board I picked up a while back and although it's watertight, it's not what I pictured in my head. So what are my options? Sand it all back down? Rattle can the spots/entire bottom? Any help is appreciated. And yes, there is a good amount of weave touching through, no dry weave however.