Wet sand and buffing
The Cobra is moving right along. Here you can see in the first two pictures what it looks like after wet sanding the clear coat. This is what was done yesterday. We sanded the entire car starting with 1000 grit sand paper then 2000 then 3000. Then we washed the car. This morning Paul and Chris started buffing the paint back out to bring the shine back out. Just like the sanding process, its done in steps. The first step is a heavy cutting compound that gets the scratches out. The next step up shines up the compound scratches. The final step brings up the high gloss back. This is where we ran out of time today. We will put a final hand polish on here next week and then start the reassembly process. Then this Cobra will be back on the streets.
Posted on November 6, 2015, in High Performance Finishes and tagged auto body repair, auto body shop, auto paint, Base Coat, body shop, Burlington NC, High Performance Finish, Mustang custom paint, Paint, paint shop, Polish, PPG Paint, Wet sanding. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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