Automotive repair runs in clear coat paint

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Old 02-23-04, 04:42 AM
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Automotive repair runs in clear coat paint

Will color sanding a clear coat remove runs and if it will how much time do I have to [color sand.] .Do you know the exact procedure?
 
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Old 02-24-04, 06:42 PM
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What you can do depends on the severity of the run. Go to www.eastwoodco.com and look for products there to help you along. They sell some items that will allow you to either shave (with a razor) or sand the imperfections. Lots of time and TLC are required for this type of repair. You cant just go into it blind. If so you will end up with quite a mess.
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Old 02-24-04, 08:18 PM
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Whew, I'm glad billys68ss posted something conserning the problem
Now, I have to ask...you didn't go put a 427 in a Bronco did you?
PS Eastwood is a great source for product and tips
 
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Old 02-25-04, 07:50 AM
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runs in clear

Thanks for the info. If I still had a 427 I would have put it in my bronco. I had to settle for a 302 crate motor with aluminum heads and a roller cam. Sometimes you just have to settle for whats avalible.
 
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