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



I do have a few scratches that would take a little more than just
using a blending pad to get them out.  So when it's all said and done
I think I would rather have a professional to do it for me.  Speaking
of dents, I do happen to have a small dent on the bottom of the
passenger's side door on the front corner and I hear that is a
difficult area to get worked on.  I live out here in Ohio so is there
any idea who could work on the stainless other than having it shipped
to Texas or New York to get fixed?  Thanks!

James
6408






--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@...> wrote:
>
> Scratches (not dents or wrinkles) are removed by using 80# sandpaper
> and then the blending pad. Again, it gets even more important to move
> "with the grain", any scratching you do with the sandpaper the wrong
> way will be harder to remove. Some people like to use a 120# paper in
> between the 80 and the blending pad. If the scratches are not deep you
> may be able to do it with just the 120 and then the pad. If you only
> work on 1 panel it will not look like the others. It will be brighter
> and the grain will be more defined. You will find yourself going panel
> by panel around the whole car. If you do, then try to limit yourself
> to doing only 1 panel a day. Unless you have a power tool it can get
> very tiring to do more than 1 panel a day by hand. Don't do it if you
> get very tired. You will find yourself messing up the grain.
> Especially in the beginning.
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757
> 
> 
> 

Has the scratch turned into a dent? If not then you can do it yourself.
John Hervey
www.DeLoreanautoparts.com



> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "deloreandmc81" <shelbycobra@> wrote:
> >
> > So what if you have deeper scratches, what exactly would you do to get
> > those out?  I'm guessing you'd probably have to take it to a DMC
> > Service Center and let them work on it?  Thanks!!
> > 
> > James
> > 6408
> >
>




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