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I always use fine sandpaper. How is this stuff 'sposed to work?
 

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I'm not too sure..I think it shrinks the painted area to really fill in the chip. Some guys on the late model forum said they have used it well.

Reason I asked was b/c I touched up some areas on my '67 yesterday and the paint wasn't a perfect match so I'm trying to find a way to correct it or not make it as noticable. I don't know of any way to get the not perfect matching paint off w/o ruining the paint around the chip...

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I've always gone over it with realy fine sandpaper (1000-1500 grit). Shines everything up and sands down slight imperfections. In fact, I used this same method to get orange peel and drips out of a really crappy paint job by the PO of my coupe.
 
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