It's not the tools used in a job that do well or badly, but the people who use the tools, the technicians, who make the difference.
If you polish your car, a good technician can make that final look better than it did when you bought the car, and you wouldn't think twice about how to do it, but in this quick article I'll look at some useful points. The technician knows.
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The main problems with auto finishing are painting, sagging, staining, and usually an old polish in general. First of all, make sure the coating is dry according to the indications on the product sheet, otherwise the coating may be damaged and the whole work will be very expensive.
When using paint, make sure it is specific or can be used for urethane coatings rather than paint coatings. When sanding, make sure you use paper that is finer than 1000g as emery can of course ruin the final result.
The scrubbing speed should be set to 1200-1700 RPM for best results. It is also very important to make sure that you are using the correct type of bearing before you start. To find out which type of pad is best, always check the product information sheet. They point you in the right direction. When in doubt, remember to check the sheet.
When you are on the edge of buffing, make sure to work away from the edge and never go straight to it. The most recommended method for blending edges is hand glaze, not machine polishing. If you need to hand dab, always wipe with a non-abrasive cloth and make sure it is clean to apply and remove glaze.