|08-02-2004 07:25 PM|
Being a single stage paint after this amount of time it should not be wet sanded or you will shorten the life of the paint.
Best bet would be a polish job and there are more qualified people on here to tell you what to use for your buff job.
|08-02-2004 04:50 PM|
|derikjohnson||it's a solid colour, was painted 3/4 of a year ago has sat in garage pretty much the whole time , only been washed a couple times never been waxed he wants to know if he should just wax it or if there a way to wetsand it and keep the shine.. thanx|
|08-02-2004 04:39 PM|
|BarryK||For someone to help you they are going to need to know if metallic or solid color. Also what could make a difference is brand and if hardener used? Start buffing an acrylic enamel with no activator and it will be repaint time unless it has set for 3-6 months. and if it is that old the UV's have already started floating and you should not buff except as last resort.|
|08-02-2004 03:41 PM|
my buddy painted his car with a one stage paint, i heard of ways of wetsanding then using a compound wax, also heard that it could make the paint dull, any info on grit , wax, etc etc tips on precedure, etc etc would be a great help.. thanks