Damp sanding

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Damp sanding

Post by stang_krazy on August 21st 2011, 1:23 am

I've been thinking about this method for some time now when it comes time for the sanding steps. Like between everyother coat or so and for the finale cut and polish.

For one it's alot faster and more evenly over the surface of the paint. Also when it comes time for me to start this painting I don't have alot of time and I fiqure it will and could turn into months to get finished with my job and the hours a day I put in.

Here's a quick thread about damp sanding I went looking for, tried to find something on youtube but no luck. Got rid of all my test hoods so now I'll have to get another one to try this out and post up my findings when I can get some time.

http://www.meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?42957-How-to-damp-sand&highlight=unigrit+sanding+disk

OK found the perfect article by one of the best paint polishers there is.
http://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/wet-sanding-cutting-buffing/25915-damp-sanding-tools-tips-techniques-mike-phillips.html

Let me know what you think?
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