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In this 2-part video series, we're applying the final paint, stripes, and clear coat on the S71 Olds project. The car had been painted with all the panels disassembled and the jamb areas clear coated, but we like to re-assemble the car and give it several coats of color to be sure that the color and metallic pattern match from panel to panel. We're also using FBS stripe tapes to lay out the DuPont Hot Hues Snowstorm white stripes under the Warp Speed Blue. The final steps are to wetsand and buff the clear to bring out the mirror smooth finish and deep shine!
19 Jun 2013
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In this 2-part video series, we're applying the final paint, stripes, and clear coat on the S71 Olds project. The car had been painted with all the panels disassembled and the jamb areas clear coated, but we like to re-assemble the car and give it several coats of color to be sure that the color and metallic pattern match from panel to panel. We're also using FBS stripe tapes to lay out the DuPont Hot Hues Snowstorm white stripes under the Warp Speed Blue. The final steps are to wetsand and buff the clear to bring out the mirror smooth finish and deep shine!
19 Jun 2013
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This is a demonstration on how to get to the hidden ladder in the Halo2 map, Headlong. The song is Wet Sand by The Red Hot Chile Peppers. All rights to that song go to them.
25 Apr 2007
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Jimmy Kung, teaching professional at Burnaby Mountain Golf Course teaches us the proper way to setup and execute a shot from wet sand.
19 Jul 2008
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Sandland, on Charlottetown's Historic Waterfront is an art gallery of a different sort. Eight artists worked for over a month to transform tons of Prince Edward Island's famous red dirt into an exhibit of the island's history heritage and culture. Using trowels, specially designed plastic tools and (yes really)drinking straws they turned compacted wet sand into boats, bags of potatoes, fiddlers and - of course - Ann of Green Gables.
30 Aug 2010
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Removing any imperfections from the casting process 1st stage polishing with rough grit sand paper. Scratches are nothing more than deep uneaven surface. The first step to polishing is to make sure the surface is even out. Use rough sand paper and gradually use finer sand paper. There are 2 ways to get rid of scratched, fill the deep scratches and sand it to match the surrounding surface so that its level or sand the surrounding surface and level it to match the depth of the scratches with a suitable grit and gradually use finer sand paper. Use a concave file to roughly remove ant access plastic try not to press to hard and scratch any smooth surface. After that start sanding using a rough sand paper nothing more than 1500 grit, remember not to use too much pressure, i will be using automotive body work grade sand paper, just place the sand paper on the surface and sand. After all surface has been sand, start wet sanding using the same grit (1500 grit). Wet sanding will result in a finer and smoother surface compared to dry sanding. The goal is to make sure all surface is evenly smooth, in some cases you may find small patches still un-sand, these are deep dents on the surface and you may need to attack it from different angles. You can start with a finer 2000 grit, but this will result in more time spent getting rid of the rough edges. Spend more time wet sanding usind the 2000 grit, wet sanding wil also help spotting uneven surfaces. The steps are simple:- -File access plastic with file ( for removing large access plastic ) -1500 grit dry sand > 1500 grit wet sand ( for removing and even out the surface ) -2000 grit dry sanding > 2000 grit wet sanding ( fine tune the surface for smoother result ) The most important thing to remember is not to get carried away or apply to much pressure. Sand paper eats plastic, so try not to sand the same spot for too long, you may end up with an uneven flat spot. You have only one chance to get it right. The motive is to gradually smoothen the surface. There are 3 parts that need polishing the grill housing, transducer bracket and the L/R plastic on the headband.
17 Jun 2010
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Polishing the transducer bracket is the second hardest task. Flat surface is probably the hardest to level simply because i don’t use any filler to fill the deep unlevel surface instead just sand down the surround-ing surface until they level. To make the task easier put the sand paper on a flat surface or use a sanding block. You don’t need to use a file for this piece. Use a 1500 grit and followed by 2000 grit. The same previous rules applies in this process. Wet sanding and take your time. The hardest area to sand is the area at the base of the metal rod on the bracket. The plastic on the headband is another challenge. It’s difficult to polish small object. At his point I think you have a good idea on how to tackle any surface, use file when you need to remove big rough surface and use the sand paper on a flat surface when dealing with flat surface. Next step is polishing using rubbing compound. This is not a polish, its more harsh than normal paint polish and very grainy. Make sure the parts that need to be polished are washed and dirt free before po-lishing. I will be using 2 grades of rubbing compound, like what I have mention earlier the goal is to use rough grit and gradually use finer grit. The 1500 grit and 2000 grit sand paper can only do so much, the rubbing compound will take where the sanding left off and bring it closer to a gleaming shine. You can hand polish or use a rotary tool. When using a rotary tool to polish make sure the polishing wheel is al-ways damp. Rubbing compound is like sand paste if it’s to dry it can burn and melt spastic surface. I water down the paste with tap water. Watering down the rubbing compound has the same result as wet sanding. When using a rotary tool keep the polishing wheel moving constantly to avoid burning the surface.
2 Aug 2010
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In this video, we're wet sanding the previous color coat on our 1965 Chevelle with 3M Wetordry 2000 grit sandpaper and masking and prepping it for the final color coats of DuPont Estoril Blue. Painter Nathan Newberry mixes the materials in a 3M PPS cup system for easy measurement and cleanup before entering the downdraft baking booth discusses proper spraying technique when applying metallic colors. Then, the car receives several coats of clear before leaving the spray booth. Next step: wet sand it again, and buff it out!
6 Apr 2011
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*******rulesofbocce**** - Welcome to Beach Bocce - Rules of Bocce! Beach Bocce is a game played "Outside of the Box"! The rules are simple. We agree on how many points one needs to win. One can dress as one pleases, but it's best to wear a bathing suit. We can play in the dunes, on the wet sand, of fluffy white sand, on shelly sand and around any number of obstructions. Find out if you have what it takes to be a Beach Bocce Champion - *******rulesofbocce****/beach-bocce-champion-2/
13 Aug 2011
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OMG Mobile Detailing LLC Las Vegas, NV, 89131 (775) 690-1930 OMG Mobile Detailing LLC is an experienced car detailing service that provides professional and quality car detailing & car wash. With 19 years of experience, we are an expert when it comes to car detailing service, car wash, sealant, car paint correction without wet sanding. Boulder City NV Car Detailing Service, pro auto detailing, auto body & paint, car care detailing, certified mobile auto detailing, Mobile Auto Detailing
24 May 2019
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