sb guitars Posted March 28, 2009 Report Share Posted March 28, 2009 I just finished sanding my body with what I think is 2000 grit sanding foam block thing. It doesn't say what grit it really is but, I compared the foam block and normal 2000 grit sand paper and the foam block came out as the finer grit. The paint I used was Dupli-Color engine enamel, acrylic polymer. And it's a rattle can. I know that many other forum members rather not use rattle cans...buuuut, thats all I got. And Dupli-Color worked perfectly fine for me as a paint. The problem I have is the sanding. The foam block I used has left little tiny scratches that I rather not be there. Now I'm pretty sure that a wet sanding can get rid of this but, I'm hesitant. I just want to triple check that a wet sanding is what is needed. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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