- What compound do I use after wet sanding?
- How long after wet sanding can I paint?
- Can you hand buff after wet sanding?
- What are the benefits of wet sanding?
- What’s the difference between wet and dry sanding?
- How long should clearcoat dry before wet sanding?
- Is it better to wet sand or dry sand primer?
- How do you clean wet sanded car?
- Can you clear coat after wet sanding?
- What grit sandpaper is best for wet sanding?
- Does wet sanding damage paint?
- Do you have to wet sand after primer?
- What is the point of wet sanding?
What compound do I use after wet sanding?
Re: after wet sanding with 2500 grit which compound to use.
M105 or Ultimate compound.
M105 is always a safe bet..
How long after wet sanding can I paint?
Actually I was asking how long to let the wet-sanded surfacer dry, form the wet sanding before applying the color coat. Depending on the temperature you can probably dry the surface with a towel, allow it to dry for about an hour at 70+ degrees then paint it.
Can you hand buff after wet sanding?
Wet sanding by hand is not a problem just time consuming. Buffing is best done with a rotary buffer.
What are the benefits of wet sanding?
One of the main benefits of wet-sanding your vehicle is that it is a great way to remove deep scratches and remove any debris that may have fallen on a fresh paint job. Wet-sanding is also highly effective in removing any “orange-peel” effects from auto paint and can transform the entire appearance of your vehicle.
What’s the difference between wet and dry sanding?
Wet sanding is applied and used to get a smooth and even finish. Meanwhile, dry sanding is normally used to even out a surface, such as on wood, to make edges less sharp or to make woodworking more detailed. How to wet sand wood or the process of wet sanding is said to remove the large abrasions left by dry sanding.
How long should clearcoat dry before wet sanding?
24 hoursClear coat should be allowed to harden for at least 24 hours before attempting to use a buffer. In most cases, you will be trying to remove “orange peel” when buffing a new paint job.
Is it better to wet sand or dry sand primer?
I find wet to work better no mater what the primer, even a 2k. Wet sanding allows the little soap and constant wash to keep the paper clean… Which the dry sand sucks at, it will constantly clog compared to the wet.
How do you clean wet sanded car?
Blow it off real good with the air hose, wipe with a surface cleaner followed with a dry rag, give it plenty of time to flash off, spray your primer. You can tack and blow again right before spraying if your anal about it.
Can you clear coat after wet sanding?
In order to paint clear on it again, you actually need to do some more sanding, scratching the surface even more. With the newly-painted panel polished, new clear coat won’t stick and will most likely peel off of what you have there already. You want to hit the surface with some 1000 grit wet sanding.
What grit sandpaper is best for wet sanding?
In general, you’ll want to start wet sanding around 600–1200 grit, and follow the same dry sanding rules for working up through the grits, jumping up 200–500 grit between passes (depending on how meticulous you want to be).
Does wet sanding damage paint?
On existing paint, it can be used to remove scuffs or shallow scratches or restore the luster of the paint. Wet sanding can cause damage to the paint of the vehicle if not done correctly, so take your time as you progress through the process.
Do you have to wet sand after primer?
It depends on the primer and IF the area being sanded can be wet sanded without causing problems with filler, masking materials, water being trapped etc. Some primers lend themselves to either wet or dry sanding but if paper loading isn’t a problem it can be dry sanded.
What is the point of wet sanding?
Wet-sanding lubricates the surface being abraded, reducing scratches. The water also carries away loose pieces of abrasive as well as finish particles and prevents the sandpaper from loading up.