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The bumper didn’t turn out like it should have on our 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe and block sanding the car for paint was a real chore….
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Wet sanding is the process of using an abrasive with water or another liquid to sand down a material. The water or other liquid helps remove any grit particles from the sandpaper left over from dry sanding to ensure a smooth and glossy finish

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.

Wet sanding, which is sanding with the addition of water to act as a lubricant, is less abrasive than dry sanding, and results in a smoother finish. It’s best to wet-sand the final finish of a project. Dry sanding removes more material, and smooths rough material quickly.

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