Originally Posted by Lizer
I went out and started the other fender with this (it's one of the few panels with 2k and not poly) and it was SO much faster needless to say. The paper cuts better, faster, longer. The problem is I can't see the scratches very well when doing it wet.
Using a squeegee to squeegee away the water is the Holy Grail to wet sanding, be it now or cutting the clear for buffing, it gives you even more control over what you are doing than if you were dry sanding.
R & E Paint Supply. 3M 02037, 500 Grit, Imperial Wet or Dry Sandpaper
Your local paint store will have them.