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Old 11-11-2009, 10:07 AM
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You should wash and claybar before you sand anyway. Last thing you want is to get a bigger particle of dirt stuck under that sandpaper and scratching it up real bad. Generally speaking if you can catch your fingernail in the scratch then you'll need to sand it down and probably respray the clear. Otherwise you can usually get away with the wash/claybar/compound/polish procedure.
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