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Old 09-12-2012, 10:27 PM
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Originally Posted by monster76 View Post
when i wet sand and buff depending how bad and how much material i have to play with 800-1200 grit and i step it up to 2500 by the time i get 2500 i already have a low gloss and sometimes i even step it up to 3000 depending how time i have and i use the 3m rubbing compound and there step 2 polish and there perfect it machine polish with a foam pad on all the steps and i get nice brilliant gloss. i cant say the way i do it is the right way but hey my stuff comes out looking good maybe some one here a bit more experienced than i can chime in and let us both know if this is a correct way of doing it
--- This is a quick picture i have at my disposal of something i wet sanded and buffed.

by all means, my stuff doesn't look bad... im just very anal with my work. Perfect or not happy at all.
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