Rub a dub dub

IMG_3797 IMG_3798 IMG_3799 IMG_3800 IMG_3801 IMG_3802Yesterday we pulled out the doors for the Chevelle. Jordan wet sanded them starting with 1000 grit, then 2000, followed by 3000. Once he had that done, Chris buffed them back up to a brilliant shine. Just like the sanding process, the buffing process has 3 steps. First step is a heavy compound followed by a medium compound then a light polishing compound. The purpose of these steps is to remove any orange peel in the paint. This is where the ultimate gloss comes from. These extra steps are labor intensive but really make the paint pop right off the car. This is what distinguishes a High Performance Finish from a standard paint job.

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Posted on April 9, 2014, in 1971 Chevelle SS, High Performance Finishes and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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