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Old 11-06-2005, 11:31 AM
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Yeah it's hard to say,, if your new to this you'd probably think all primers are hard, it's not a easy task to do this stuff as many people think.. when I first started doing body work it took me a while to get a panel done,, but after doing it you just learn things that seem to make it quicker... and for me these things are hard to explain, it just happens i guess with experience.. But keep going at it you will get it sooner or later... but on a side note are you sure that your not seeing 400 grit scratches... you can see them a little, maybe that's what your seeing... this is why I sand to a finer grit before sanding.. and also why many people will base a vehicle, let it sit all night and scuff it the next morning and then base and clear...
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