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Old 12-08-2005, 05:50 AM   #36
mpower1226
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Originally Posted by mirek
do i have to use the 2000,3000,4000?

1500 feels soft enoguh, especially if i'm going to be wet sanding....

btw.. can i use the sandpaper, and then plasticX on my clear corners too?
By using higher grit papers, it would make more scratches, but scratches that are more uniform Which is much easier to take out with scratchX.

Using up to 2000 and polishing with scratchX or any scratch remover will STILL work but just need more time and effort. Using higher grit to save time.

technically 1500 will still work but with more time and effort. I suggest using up to 3000 or 2000.
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