Michael Murphy: What are the polisher settings for compound and polish? I see you reset it prior to polish.....please share.
peedonhobo: does this technique work on chromoly?
metwono: Is that a Toyota Starlet?
Alexander Roles: they make products that can skip all of this, this could of been done in 2 steps in larger areas.
Олег Сериков: это называется - дрочь..
scott eardley: Meanwhile back at the ranch- Takes forever 1 panel ???
Arnaud Fontaine: @diycarpainting what rpm do you use for the different steps? thanks!
LANDS EVERYWHERE: is this the same process for pearls?? if you water sand too much ...would the pearl look different or faded ??
kenneth mason: what is the name of swirl remover you used? I've got a black car and would love to see a mirror finish on mine, like yours. You got an excellent mirror finish, well done mate.
Mickel Homer: buffing paste?? can you just use compound??
Kim Andersson: I want to see more😊
Kim Andersson: great tutorial👍👍
Jake: Burn those edges up nice?
Kronosval Y: And if you're really good, you don't create swirls in the first place!
William Ingram: Next day is good to buff, I'd use 1500 and ho behind with 2000 grit. If the primer and sealer is completely cured the paint will not die back, which is very important.
William Ingram: Great job, it's hard work wet sanding and buffing, I've been in the business for quite a while, my recommendation us hand and wrist position, looks like he's left handed, just looks awkward how he's holding the buffer. The trick to polishing fresh paint is making sure everything underneath is completely cured, if not the paint will pull scratches and dull out.
mac daddy: Excellent video. To those here who criticized his methods - I bet his end result is just as good as yours if not better.
John Harbour: do you have to have a variable speed buffer? if so, what speeds do you use when buffing?
DolittleMccoy: After alot of trial and error i've learned to do some really good paint jobs on vehicles.. But i've never wet sanded and buffed them right after being painted... I was always scared of hitting the edges and cutting the paint down to the primer, and also afraid that i'd never get the shine back.... I need to do more studying i suppose.