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11-09-05, 05:20 #1
polishing with a rotary question...
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when do you know that a polish is broken down? I use Mothers PowerPolish- should I polish till it dusts or wipe it off while its still wet? If youoverwork a polish do you have to worry about creating more swirls?Too Many ads? Becoming a member of Autopia has its privileges. Sign up here .
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11-10-05, 06:41 #2
Quote: Originally Posted by wannafbody
But then I don't use the Mother's polish either so what do I know?
But I always try to quit working my abrasives while they're still a little wet.
Some products (like Meg's #80) change from opaque colored to basically clear when they've broken down. Others, like the 3M stuff I usually use, don't give you that kind of clue, you just have to develop a little working knowledge. With those, if I stop just before they're dry it seems to work great.The most interesting man in all of Autopia Land. (<--I didn't enter that!)
11-10-05, 01:42 #3
i like to take it just before dust with my rotary or i find when at dust it really opens the door to "hologramming"Thanks,
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