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How to Polish "Hard vs Soft" Paint: Acura NSX

This video demonstrates a few ways to determine if your paint is hard or soft and what you can do to repair each. ( I know a bunch of peps will be asking me so...all the products in this episode will be available on my website in a few days) Thanks so much for watching! -L


 


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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!





How to Wax a Car With Your Bare Hands
Applying carnauba wax by hand is intended to warm the wax and provide a better spread. Warming the wax between your hans will cause it to transform into a more cream like substance that then hardens over your clearcoat. Using your hands, especially on rare and valuable cars like this aston martin vantage, also provides a much smaller margin of error. The is no substitute for direct contact with the paint surface.





How to Remove Glue and Stickers from your Paint
This is a friends race car that was recently purchased from another race team and in need of some cleaning. In this episode, I show how that a microfiber cutting pad can be used to remove rubber marks and residue glue from the sticker removal process. This trick will save you time IF you are compounding/polishing the paint anyways. I also show proper technique for safe and easy sticker removal from your vehicles paint without destroying the clear coat or your finger tips! :)





Best Tricks for Clay Bar on Rough Paint.
This weeks "Ride-Along" video discusses a mysterious reoccurring problem on a 2013 Porsche Cayenne turbo. Unexplained weekly paint continuation is examined with the Dinolite Microscope is hopes of understanding what is causing this excessive build-up. See the difference in the paint from clear bra vs non clear bra, on a new Porsche under a microscope. I also introduce the nano-skin "clay" pad used with a DA polisher. Please leave a comment if you have any ideas why this excessive contamination might be occurring on a weekly basis. Thanks everyone! -L





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