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Old 10-06-2012, 05:28 PM
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I will agree with tech69 as I also do not use the heavy cut compound on any color especially black. Your typical high grade compounds will generally get rid of 2000 grit scratches without the need for a heavy cut. Still not sure if your using base clear or SS. Regardless of that or what grit sand scratches your trying to get rid of, when you are finished with the compounding you should have a super glossy high depth finish with no haze at all whether your using wool or foam. Because when you move on to the polish stage that will not remove any haze or dullness in the finish. It must be done in the compounding stage.
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