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Old 07-30-2013, 06:23 AM
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Your more than welcome, always happy to help when I can. If you have any further questions feel free to ask.

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After wet sanding and before buffing, how do you clean the car off? It sounds like one shouldnt use a mild soap? Use a wet sponge and water?

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I use a bucket of warm water that I change fairly often. You want to keep your water clean, any grit that gets trapped between your paper and the surface of your car will act like a grind stone and scratch the surface, especially on fresh clear. When I polish I go one panel at a time, when I'm done the panel i mask it off so that when I polish the next panel, the panel that I just finished doesn't get covered in polish spatter. I also make sure that all openings are masked of as well. If the polish gets into the cracks and crevices it take forever to get out if it's allowed to dry.

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