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When it comes to buffing, I did some reading on the forum and I saw

use 1000g then 2000g then use a rubbing compound with wool pad and glaze with a foam pad

my questions are, do I have to use a buffer, because on my bezel I can't see how I'd get the wheel down on the small skinny surfaces, but maybe I just use the edge of the wheel?

next is it possible to hand buff it?

and 3rd does Kit's Scratch out kit count as a rubbing compound? or do I need to go buy 3M rubbing compound?

and is the glaze just called 3M glaze? becuase I don't think I've ever seen it before.
 

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also can you put a pad on a drill or something or do you have to buy a buffer?

if so what are some recomendations on a budget?
 

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i think you may have written what i wrote somewhere, you can hand buff it but it will take many times of buffing, reapply compound, buffing etc etc, you dont have to use kit scratch out just look for 3m buffing compound or polishing compound at wally world, use a polishing rag and your good to go, btw if you can get some 2500 or 3000 grit it will make polishing easier, i did this by hand on rattle can.....



its ALOT glossier in person ask any1 who has seen it
 
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