Namely, taking care of the buffing screw up from the dealer’s body shop. They wet sanded and buffed the hood to “take care” of their previous screw up of dirt in the paint, once the rain washed away their leftover buffing compound I was left with a hood full of wet sanding marks.

So away I went:

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This of course got me thinking “Why not just buff the whole van?”.

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So I did as there were random small scratches and such that I knew would buff right out. After buffing I laid a coat of Race Glaze on it and called it a day.

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Now it looks like brand new again:

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Not a wet sanding mark to be seen.
Not a wet sanding mark to be seen.

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