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I posted in the Paint Correcting and Polishing part of the forum ( check out the before and after pics in that post), the wet sanding I had done on my Shelby GT500. I thought since I was done with it I would share some pics. Over 30 hours wet sanding, plus detail time to make it perfect before I put a coat of Brilliant Glaze and then a coat of Patriot wax on it. The wet sanding made the clarity and the depth in the paint outstanding, and then to really give it some pop, Brilliant glaze and Patriot wax was applied. All of the reflection pics are off the vehicle panels, not shot directly at the image !!












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4 hours ago, mathews31 said:

I thought there was some orange peel then I realized I was looking at the diamond plate...This is literally goals...Great job


Ha Ha, no orange peel here. Actually there is some, there almost has to be a little or you wet sanded to deep in the clear.:(

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On ‎2‎/‎23‎/‎2018 at 10:52 AM, sahls01gmc said:

Dang, is the blue mirror paint an extra charge?!? 


Looks great! But it sounds great too....:D

People have said "that's not a reflection, impossible !" till I show them the gas cap lines, spoiler, etc ! 

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On ‎2‎/‎23‎/‎2018 at 12:07 PM, BrianT said:

Glad you're finally done, I'll be up next week with the Durango and the Grand Cherokee!!  No rush!

good thing cause that's going to take a while !!

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