Step By Step Orange Peel Eliminator

Paul Perreca

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89redvert, man thats a hard one - what I used to do was paint behind the taillights too so i could sand back there until i broke through w/o it bein seen, than i would know how far i could go - but for u , just sand and dry off untill you don't see any bumps or little shiny spots - thats when you'll be done, but its sooo hard to know exactly how deep it is, or how deep you are going -
 
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and i'll find out what 3M stuff it is next time i go over the shop, the bottle is black w/ a black n red lable, n the letters 3M are yellow - if that helps lol but i'll find out as soon as i can
 

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you are taking a very small risk, but we do it all the time for friends, the best thing about it is, it takes off all those dead bugs n like bird **** stains that were on there, n it really lusters - some ppl can afford paint but not sand n buff, so we dont s/b it, than they come back like a year or so later n we do it for them - yea u def can - u can geta maaco paint job, n we could sand n buff it, n if the body work u did was nice before they painted it, it will look like show paint, at least as long as their materials they used last....