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Wet sanding paper grits explained #automotive

Wet sanding; the mystery of the Grit solved



 
 
 
Use this as the first step when sanding primer.
Cannot be painted over without shrinkage.


  
Use this as the first step in finishing primer
 Cannot be painted over without shrinkage.
 
 
 
This can be used for the final  step when sanding primer.
Will not show shrinkage.
 
 
 
Used as the final sanding to get a finesse final product. Can be used as the starting point for a cut and buff and removing paint runs. May also be used in-between coats of clear for a extremely smooth finish.
Will not show shrinkage and creates the smoothest finish.
 
 
 
Use to cut out paint nibs and for the second step for a cut and buff.
Do not paint over the bond is insufficient 
 
 
 
Use as a final step when cutting and buffing.
Do not paint over the bond is insufficient 
 
 
 


There are other grits of sandpaper on the market but this will give you the idea of they are used for. For more information on how to repaint an automobile click here.....

Here is more information on Sandpaper Grits when sanding with a sander get this information when you click here......






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