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· Shop Owner And Troll Hunter
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I would stay away from the hard rubber blocks, get a soft rubber one (dense foam) 3m or napa has them. they will follow the contours and give a good even sand job. Like posted use a foam pad, a clean one for each different compound. After the swirl mark remover use a good sealer-glaze, I use Maguires speed glaze. But there are others out there. Use your finger tips or the end of the soft block, you might have to hand rub some of those hard to get places. I use 1500 first then 2000 grit, to finish. Use a soft rubber squeegee to dry where you are sanding to check the surface for smoothness. I get mine at napa, or the paint store.


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