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    Quote Originally Posted by jtsarby View Post
    I used 0000 steel wool and now have hazy scratches. Not sure how to get rid of the haze now. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
    Claybar
    Next three steps to be done with a dual action buffer
    Compound
    Polish
    Wax
    And if u wanna go all out. Sealer.
    You do that. And your paint will look ten feet deep
    Each step calls for a different buffing pad or cutting wheel. Compound has a special pad. Polish and wax also have there own. To bring it to perfect. You have to go back to where it started. That is the way to do it.

    5Star tuned.....

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    Did mine just like the paint. I had ridiculous water spots on my glass when I got my truck

    5Star tuned.....

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    Water spots thread.

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