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Old 10-03-2012, 05:23 PM
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cutting compound black haze

Im having some slight hazing on my fresh black paint. How do I know when im done with my heavy cutting compound and ready to switch to finish cut?

As I went along I started in the rear passenger side and worked all the way around the back, as I got to the other side my wool pad was heavily "filled/soaked" with compound and there was a night and day difference from each side of the vehicle. The passenger side turned out pretty good with some slight hazing. I re buffed the driver side but still have some haze, Im using Wizards Turbo Cut and Finish cut for compounds. Any tips?? Im in constant fear of burning through so maybe im moving to fast???
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