Re: Fitting Wet-Sanding into plan/intro
Hi Dude, I'm fairly new myself to the detailing business. But I can tell you, please make doubly sure of what you're gonna do. I guess that's why you are asking on the forum. Good move.
One thing for sure, you don't get into compounding until AFTER the wetsanding stage!!!! And you've got to know what grit you should start out with, 2000, 1500,? I'd say start out with 2000, then probably go to 3000 which would make the work at compounding easier in getting out the wetsanding marks.
You also mentioned making one pass at compounding and then another if necessary. You'll probably need to make a few more than that, especially if you're using PC which has no forced rotation.