Re: [DML] re brushing panels
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Re: [DML] re brushing panels

"back to new" is not easy..   The cars left the
factory with stripes in it.  I have yet to see a car
re-grained to look factory, although I am told it can
be done with masking tape and lots of time.

--- Nick <nicholden@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi,
> I know this is something that has been discussed
> alot and i have 
> searched the internet and the archives but i cant
> find a step by step 
> guide for re graining which i am sure i have seen
> somewhere before.
> Can anyone give me a run down on the process and
> grades of sandpaper 
> etc. I have bought a blending pad from Huston some
> time ago, so i 
> already have one of them.
> The grain is in OK condition at the moment but i
> would like to get it 
> back to new. I have the bumpers off so i presume
> that will make it 
> alittle easier and i am aware of the 'X' problem
> with pressing on on 
> the bonnet....
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Cheers,  Nick 

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