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    Re: 1956 Chevy Bel-Air - Damp-Sanding, Cut & Polish

    I am damp sanding MY sons work truck it is trashed beyond belief but I am giving it a good try my first shot at damp sanding! He said you can't make it any worse than it already is! On the front of the hood I am giving it the rustoleum roll on treatment I cant believe how good it turned out , right now I am at a stand still since the machine broke down the backing plate came apart at the connection to the rubber from the center steel I was using the cutting pad with the M105 to buff out the hood just a little scratch from where I stoped buffing when it broke. Customer service says new backing plate is on it's way back to work when it gets here. I have the rest of the truck already hand sanded, I cant wait!!!! Sorry no camera or pictures available do not know how to do that part yet, more new tech I have to learn!!!!

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    Re: 1956 Chevy Bel-Air - Damp-Sanding, Cut & Polish

    ***Bump***



    Oldie but a goodie...



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    Re: 1956 Chevy Bel-Air - Dampsanding, Cut & Polish

    Thanks for the bump Mike. Haven't seen it until now.

    Nice work Gentlemen.

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    Re: 1956 Chevy Bel-Air - Dampsanding, Cut & Polish

    Why Deputy Sheriff Mat S, better not let Sheriff SKI sorry I mean Snyder know of your talents or you maybe placed on auto duty instead of patrol.Great work on a TRI-FIVE.
    "Chrome wheeled, fuel injected and steppin' out over the line"

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    Re: 1956 Chevy Bel-Air - Dampsanding, Cut & Polish

    Unless I didn't see it mentioned you guys never did say what products were used, but I did see some reflection shots of 3M products and some xmt reflection shots. Hmmnnnn?
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    Re: 1956 Chevy Bel-Air - Dampsanding, Cut & Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoytman View Post
    Unless I didn't see it mentioned you guys never did say what products were used, but I did see some reflection shots of 3M products and some xmt reflection shots. Hmmnnnn?
    If I remember correctly we cut with M105, polished with M205... could have re-polished with a dual action with Wolfgang before applying Fuzion, been too long to remember...



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    Re: 1956 Chevy Bel-Air - Damp-Sanding, Cut & Polish

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    On the front of the hood I am giving it the rustoleum roll on treatment I cant believe how good it turned out ,

    How did this RUSTOLEUM ROLL-ON Paint Job turn out?


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    Re: 1956 Chevy Bel-Air - Dampsanding, Cut & Polish

    1956 Chevy is my Bucket list car. First car I remember my dad owning. turquois / white

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    Re: 1956 Chevy Bel-Air - Dampsanding, Cut & Polish




    Blast from the past....


    This would be in my opinion, an example of what I call,

    Scuff-n-Buff


    That is using high grit sanding discs to lightly machine damp sand paint to remove surface texture, orange peel and level swirls and scratches.




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