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Old 10-30-2008, 10:07 PM
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trying to find a cut and buff tutorial

I found an internet site afew days ago were a guy wet sanded and buffed a black GTO I think.He was testing differant compounds and swirl removers.Of course now I can't find the site anymore.Is this ringing a bell for anyone.I think it was like a 3 or 4 page tutorial.

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Why dont you just look into your hystory to find the page you found it on?

here is a forum i know of


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Go to the "classroom" link and you will find a number with photos on buffing. One of the regulars over there is a master at detailing and polishing.

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You can also look at these 2 sites.. they are both very good and can/will get you top notch results with correct products and pads..

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