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As junk mentioned, when using trizac use the soft foamy pad for two reasons, 1 less chance of sanding through sharp edges, and 2 helps keep the curley Qs at bay. Then when you start buffing up the shine, use up all the product prior to applying more, as the shine comes up, you'll find you're increasing the speed, and lowering the pressure, untill you're running wide open, with light pressure, and moving very slowly over the surface.
I've been known to finish up with the buffer running as fast as it will, and a spray bottle of water, just a spritz once in a while, and progressing slowly over the surface. I've been accused of trying to burn it. But actually I'm trying to burnish it. It works for me, anyway.
 

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1000 grit can be quite difficult to remove with a foam pad. And I'd wager that if you bend down and look up at the side panels, you'll see some sanding scratches still there as well.
I'd give it another go with the 2000-3000 trizac, to remove the remaining 1000 grit scratches.
Then polish it up.
But it's lookin' good so far.
 
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