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Old 19-03-2018, 12:04 PM   #11
jure5gtt
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Made some good progress during the weekend.

STEP 1:
Rubbing alcohol 99% aka IPA wipe down.

STEP 2:
Sanded area with P2500

STEP 3:
Touched up chips with base and build up layers to create blob. Just base, not clear.

STEP 4:
Rubbing alcohol 70% for flattening by light soaking and gentle rubbing blob with cotton bud (can use 99% but 70% takes smaller amount off and can more precisely level blob).

STEP 5:
Sanded area with P3000

STEP 6: (yet to come)
Light layer of clear. Thinking of taping/masking area and use spray can to achieve thinner and more even layer.

STEP 7: (yet to come)
Cut the clear with denibber but after 7-10 days of curing since any sooner will probably pull all the filling out.



FOR BEGINNER LEVEL GUYS THAT DO NOT WANT TO TAKE A STRIKETHROUGH RISK AND/OR DO NOT OWN DENIBBER:

Must highlight that you can do all the procedure without pre and post sanding if you do not have required tools (polishing machine + paste) for returning shine once when finished but need to be more patient about layer curing (drying) time. Also, procedure with alcohol blob "melting" is 100% harm free to surrounding factory clear coat.
Downside is that you still need to polish touched up area but you can do it simply with decent paste and by the hand. Touched up area will be, when polished, little more dull than surrounding factory clear but that is maximum visual effect you'll achieve since base coat can never be polished to level of the clear.






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