So they had a weird texture and were highly glossy
I tries to sand them, wasn't enough
I tried to use filler
I think I'm going to return all of the supplies that I did t use and save like 50 bucks if you don't know how to use bondo (like me) then I don't recommend
bad experience with them
I think maybe just wet sanding them down with a fine grit would smooth them out and you could then prime and paint them. If you had a few spots that were deep you could just use an auto motive pinholes pot putty filler (used to fill fine pinholes after bondo is finished) and then sand that smooth.
Also spraying them with a heavier weight filler primer and then wet sanding would fill in small grooves too. Blocking (using a block to sand) will ensure that you are keeping it level and only taking off the high parts.