Wet Sanding and Buffing - Dark and Light
I have a few projects coming up, one being a bigger $$ situation.
The current set up i use is with a rotary buffer, but my pads are just crap. It's okay for the eco jobs i do, and even with the polishing compound and my least aggressive pad... VERY faint swirl marks are still present in direct sunlight of blacks/dark colors. Not noticeable on lighter colors.
Still though, it bothers me knowing i am putting something subpar simply because of materials being used.
I need some assistance on an entire new set up either with a new rotary, or random, along with pads and compound/polishes etc etc.
I use SPI clear, nason, and chromaclear depending on what the customer wants. I use a rotary buffer, and just crap pads, along with the mothers compounds, polishes, and glaze. (dont have part #s on hand but its in the red bottles)
I would like help as stated above from start to finish of new products. To get swirless/perfect buff jobs on dark colors, and in general.