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Bluesyzep    0

I'm done with all the prep but have spent the last week looking around for the approrpriate polish. According to the book I'm supposed to use Meguiars Mirror Glaze #4,2,9,7 in that order. I'll likely have to order it but am open to any recommended alternatives first.:helpsmili

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SprayTech    0
I'm done with all the prep but have spent the last week looking around for the approrpriate polish. According to the book I'm supposed to use Meguiars Mirror Glaze #4,2,9,7 in that order. I'll likely have to order it but am open to any recommended alternatives first.:helpsmili

Man thats alot of product they expect you to buy :o

I would find an Automotive paint jobber and go there and tell them what type polyurethane your using ,and they will help you out alot .

If I was doing it , I would sand with water and 3000 grit paper ( this will darn near polish and you should only have to go straight to hand polishing .

This is how I buff my paint jobs , I machine sand with 1200 grit (dry) then go to machine sand with 3000 grit wet , and man it almost polishes the clear , only have to machine buff with polish ;):) I use 3M brand compound and polishes . These products should work well for you too .

3000 grit will not take off much clear , so you shouldnt have to worry about cutting it all off and going through . Then lots of clean rags ( Microfiber polishing rags / towels ) work the best . Oh and some good ol' elbow grease ;):)

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