After color sanding Nat is now machine buffing the paint for the ultimate finish.
Polished up and looking gooood!
When we polish small parts we have to use smaller tools. Urethane paints do not buff well by hand so we have to improvise. Here Bill uses an 1800 RPM drill with mandrel and special buff pads. This is the correct RPM to accomplish this task and get the job done efficiently.
We polish unusual areas like inside this truck bed as nice as the exterior is done. Show quality is our game Jeff Lilly Resto is our Name!
Not only do we polish our paint to perfection but we also do wood quite well as seen the inside of this beds paint/wood work is stunning.
We take a look from another angle and the Spanish Red Oak is gleaming!
Polishing small parts to the same level as a body panel takes special techniques. Britt has color sanded this brake dust shield with 2000 grit and is now polishing it with 3M finesse using a mini air buffer.
A special table with shielded sides contains all buffing materials while taking the part to the highest level of paint excellence.