Video - 1986 Nissan 300ZX Turbo (Deep Scratch Removal)

Videa Nissan 300ZX 1986 Nissan 300ZX Turbo (Deep Scratch Removal)

1986 Nissan 300ZX Turbo (Deep Scratch Removal)

What I am doing here is sanding out some old excess touch up paint that was applied about fifteen years ago by Kate. Since the scratch is pretty deep and wont sand out completly, all I can do is sand it down and level it to where its not as noticeable. To do this, I sanded with 2000 grit wet/dry removing the old excess touch up and leaving just enough in the scratch it self to hide it. Once I was done sanding, I then compounded out the sanding area using Meguires Diamond Cut. This is a polishing compound and its not to be confused with a rubbing compound. When I compound, I like like to use a wool pad because this gives me the greatest cutting power over a foam compounding pad and I operate my wheel at 1800 rpm. Once the compounding phase is done, I will then polish out the area using an Ardex product called Stereo Glaze #2. I like this product because it has brighteners that are engineered in to the polish that really brighten up the paint. Just look at the clarity of the paint. At this point, I will swap out my wool pad for a polishing pad and slow my wheel down to a 1000 rpm. After the polishing phase is complete, I will the apply the clear coat sealer to protect the paint. Again, I use an Ardex product called Clear Coat Sealer #9200. At this point, I will swap my polishing pad out for a finishing pad and my wheel stays at a 1000 rpm. Nothing changes. The results and the clarity turned out pretty nice. You can also click on the link below and take a look at the before ...

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