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dplynch
Posted on: October 7th, 2004, 5:17am Quote Report to Moderator
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Do you wait for the clearcoat to completely dry before using the rubbing compund?  Also, is the clearcoat sold here fine cut or some other?  When I have used the fine cut it doesn't seem to even the finish.  Thanks.
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Posted on: October 8th, 2004, 7:10am Quote Report to Moderator
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Yes, the clearcoat must be completely dry before using rubbing compound. (I think you mean rubbin compound when you are asking about it being fine cut.)

Our rubbing compound we sell is medium rubbing compound and works quite well with fresh clearcoat.
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