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12-29-2011 07:15 AM
deadbodyman Yes you can sand and a matter of fact when I want to do a really nice job thats what I do ,I sand with 600 and respray two more coats,I'll sand within a day or two then wait a week and respray....BUT
you most likely dont have too, if all you have is some trash you can sand and buff..First,pick out the worst panel sand with 1500 or what ever your used too then buff you may be surprized at how nice it comes out...
12-28-2011 10:29 AM

on my 3rd coat of clearcoat < High Tech clear 7100> some garbage got on,
Can i wet sand and reclear a coat or two ? and how long must i wait ?
Thankyou !! also , can you please tell how long i need to wait to compound clearcoat to a nice finish Thanks Again !!

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