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This is a discussion on 45 min on 1 sq ft.... within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; 1 square foot of this bumper took about 45 minutes. Thought I'd share a couple pics. Theres a few little ...

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    45 min on 1 sq ft....

    1 square foot of this bumper took about 45 minutes. Thought I'd share a couple pics. Theres a few little imperfections left, but I'm not done with this panel yet. I gotta take a break for dinner so now seemed like a good time lol.





















    The rest of the car will be posted up in a few days when its all done

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    damn bro, it looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLK2KSS View Post
    damn bro, it looks good!
    Thanks

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    Thank you! I'll be creating a separate thread for the finished car though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post
    sniff-sniff...i smell wet sanding
    Mostly correcting the horrific wetsanding done by the body shop, and some sections (not this one) I had to re-sand.

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    I know your a pro at detailing......sooooo don't take this the wrong way, if you spent 45min on one spot there is something wrong. it's time to step up to a courser grit or a different pad. Are you buffing or using a DA??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDowning View Post
    I know your a pro at detailing......sooooo don't take this the wrong way, if you spent 45min on one spot there is something wrong. it's time to step up to a courser grit or a different pad. Are you buffing or using a DA??
    he is very detail oriented

    http://www.norcal-lsx.com/forum/showthread.php?t=69215

    http://www.norcal-lsx.com/forum/showthread.php?t=69849

    http://www.norcal-lsx.com/forum/showthread.php?t=68660

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDowning View Post
    I know your a pro at detailing......sooooo don't take this the wrong way, if you spent 45min on one spot there is something wrong. it's time to step up to a courser grit or a different pad. Are you buffing or using a DA??
    There wasn't much more to step up to as you can see by my process. It was just finished very poorly by the bodyshop and took a LOT of time to repair it.

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