Bodywork: Wet Sanding
Wet sanding a vehicle after a fresh paint job is almost always mandatory. No matter how many hours are spent prepping and sanding the body before paint, the surface of the car will take on a somewhat coarse finish after the paint has dried. Once the paint has been allowed to properly cure, the application of very fine sandpaper and water can make a huge difference in the final gloss and appearance of your machine. In fact, some shops make a habit out of wet-sanding their paint jobs numerous times over. We have all seen it. A new paint job
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