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      Post #77611, posted on 02-14-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      And this is what happens. I sprayed it, let it dry for an hour and used sanding pads starting at 3600 grit all the way up to 12000 and then sprayed again. I repeated this step 3 times.
      What it's done it created a shine that I've never gotten out of a metalizer and the sanding has harden the paint. It doesnt lift with tape and finger prints can be wiped away with a damp cloth.

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      Post #77612, posted on 02-14-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      Too bad itís been discontinued.

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