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Question?? Why did you wet sand them if your clear was nice and shiny and no dirt in it? I don't understand why you would sand them... unless you wanted a flat shiny result?
Around here autozone and advanced auto don't. But NAPA has good paint stuff they mix paint too.
I have a Napa, but not a real one. It's a weird Brooklyn version - but I'll check it out. The sheet I was following said to have a healthy amount of soap on there for the very last sanding (not the other sandings). maybe "ton" was an exaggeration. I felt it getting the sand to surface - so I think I'm good. It definitely felt smoother afterwards.Should I be waiting for a while to buff, since the gas is still coming out?
You could just lay another coat of clear on them and then install them on your bike.... just another option...
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