CollisionBlast.com – This video demonstrates how to sand the painted surface before buffing. You may have heard of this as cut and polish. The purpose of polishing paint is to remove imperfections after painting. If there is dirt, runs, orange peel, dry spray, etc. the surface needs to be sanded level. Then we can move to Part 2, which is polishing the surface to bring the depth and luster back. Color sanding and buffing may also be done on show cars to produce a flawless appearance. Buffing can also bring the shine back to a faded paint job as well. For more collision repair news and training you can visit CollisionBlast.com
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