2000 Corvette (compounding) Glassplexin
if you have any questions or queries, please contact Shawn George at www.georgesmobiledetail.com Shawn is Martin's trained and recommended detailer. Shawn also retails Xpert Products which Martin had just discovered and was so impressed he actually joined the company just before his passing and said you can quote me....."Xpert's Products were such a big step forward in technology that I have nothing to do but throw all my old products out! " These Products can be sourced through www.xpertusa.com We urge you to watch and appreciate the efforts that Martin Wright, a man who served his country and battled disabilities and still found time to develop "The Wright Path" to detailing and wished to help detailers everywhere.......
How to Restore Paint with the 3M™ Paint Restoration System
For more information, questions, comments, concerns or praises... please call our support line at 1.877.MMM-CARS or www.3mauto.com The 3M™ Paint Restoration System puts the shine back in automotive finishes to give cars that "like-new" showroom appearance. This 3-step do-it-yourself system is color-coded to take the guesswork out of paint restoration. Designed for use on the clear coat paint finish of your vehicle, it includes a trio of performance liquid products from 3M (Scratch Remover Plus, Shine Restorer and Synthetic Wax Protectant) applied in an easy 3-step process with your 6-inch orbital polisher (not included). The system rejuvenates your car finish to remove scratches and restore a high gloss shine. Restoring the deep gloss finish will add beauty and value to your car. Do-it-yourself car paint restoration jobs done in a home garage saves money compared to work done in a professional automotive detailing shop. This how to video shows you the three steps and what your vehicle can look like after using this kit.
How to Wetsand Oxidized Paint with a Rupes Polisher
This 1985 911 Targa in Guards Red is completely oxidized and required 1500, 3000, MF cutting pad, and MF finishing pad to safely remove the dead paint. Thank you for watching!
DIY: Wet Sanding Paint
Tutorial video on how to wet sand paint to achieve a high gloss, removes any imperfections in the paint surface and achieve a mirror shine. This process can be used on a signal stage paint or on a multiple stage paint that does have a clear coat finish. Be very cautious around any edges were the paint can be sanded through easily and also be aware of what the thickness of the paint or clear coat to ensure that the final finish is no sanded through either. Procedure: -start by washing the area you will be wet sanding to ensure there isn't any dirt on the surface which could scratch the paint -you will need 3 different grit levels of sandpaper which include 1000 grit, 1500 grit, and 2000 grit -letting the paper pre-soak in a bucket of water with some soap mixed in to allow further lubrication -starting with the 1000 grit, ensuring that the area is wet before sanding -once you have removed most of the imperfections of the paint, you can now move onto the 1500 grit sandpaper to remove any slight imperfections -after you've achieved a smooth surface, finish up with the 2000 grit sandpaper, always ensure the area is well lubricated with water and wash away any access material from sanding -rinsing the area thoroughly, you can now move onto a polishing compound -apply the polishing compound to a soft clothe and rub into the sanded area, apply any water if the compound does dry out which allows it to be more workable again -after a majority of the fine scratches have been removed, you are now ready to move onto a scratch removing product -similar to the polishing compound, you can add a light spray of water to the scratch remove if it drys out while rubbing it into the painted surface -once you achieved an almost perfect shine, you now need to clean off any access polishing compound or scratching removing product before moving onto the wax stage -ensure that there is no water left on the surface, you can now apply the wax -rub wax into the surface thoroughly and then let it sit on the surface for a minute before you wipe down the surface Thank you to all those who watch my videos and support my content. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel for future tutorial videos and like my video if you found it helpful. New videos are always being uploaded every week! Please LIKE my Facebook page @ http://www.facebook.com/pages/4Diyers/106898752724865 or FOLLOW me on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/4DIYers © 4DIYers 2013 All Rights Reserved No part of this video or any of its contents may be reproduced, copied, modified or adapted, without the prior written consent of the author.