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Re: Paint Finish Textured - What Happened? Need some Help

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09-30-2013 12:14:32

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I've got the DA sander and I need to get some paper for it.
Where do you guys recommend getting it (who will have it) because I need to try and get the work started tomorrow since I'm off. I can order paper in bulk online, but I don't have the time right now and need to go buy some. Will the hardware store or Lowe's/Home Depot have it? We also have a Harbor Freight and Tractor Supply here too.
I'm thinking I need regular (non-wet) 320 to sand first, then 400 wet sand, then 600 wet sand. Will that work?

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09-30-2013 12:24:42

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 Re: Paint Finish Textured - What Happened? Need some Help in reply to RTR, 09-30-2013 12:14:32  
If your using a DA I would use 220 and then wet sand by hand with 400. There is no real reason to use 600 since your shooting single stage enamel. If you was shooting a pearl or metalic base coat then I would say go over it with 600 but it isn"t needed in your case. Where to get your paper at locally I couldn"t tell you. Most of the places you named sell DA paper but most of them sell 5" paper that is made for electric DA sander pads. You will have to go look and see who sells 6" paper. If you switch the pad to a soft pad made for adhesive backed paper then I know harbor freight sells some.

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