sounds like they didnt do good prep work and tried to blame it on the paint...@klh95bronco and @TimmyD - y'all did a great job on refinishing the toppers on your Broncos!
I'm not confident enough in my abilities to try something like that. My '89 XLT (had) has a black topper. It was faded out almost white when I took it to a local new car dealer's shop. They removed the top and prepared it for refinishing similar to what you show in your pictures. They painted it black as was the original, and cost me $300.00. It looked very good and I was proud of it for about four months, then it started to bubble and then the bubbles ruptured, exposing the white fiberglass. Returned it to the shop to ask questions about what happened. They couldn't answer the questions but contacted the supplier of the paint. They wound up refinishing the top again at no cost. About four months later did the same thing. They did some work on my F150 at no cost to cover the ill-fated work on the Bronco. Still leaves me with a topper that needs to be repainted.
I like what I see and read about your toppers.
I am going to print your comments about the Emron paint and give it to the repair shop. Maybe they can get things to work out right the third time!
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