This is a finish process that turns a great exterior finish to an awesome one. You will not see this process in most lower priced paint jobs. Let me explain:
Here is the look of Cal’s coach after it’s first wash job. This gets all the dust, and the “nubbies” off. That’s the dust and whatever that fell onto the paint as it was drying. Think about it a minute…. we all live in a “fishbowl” some has more humidity than other plus more or less dust particles in that fishbowl of air plus whatever else is in it. We are there… the coach is there so these microfine particles cover the paint surface… this first wash gets all that loose stuff off
Now the wet sanding begins, using 1500 wet/dry very fine sandpaper, that original glossed over paint finish with maybe more nubbies, orangepeal, overspray and other things on the top get sanded off THEN the real magic begins… Ray here pulls out ihis apron and buffer… He’s Bufferman with his mission Slow work but pretty soon the reason for it becomes apparent a little more and things start to change
Then around to the other side of the coach
So how do ya like me now?
What’s this pic? lemme back up a bit
That’s what this process does…. it takes anything off the surface that reflects light in directions other than a faithful reflection…
Stay tuned, we’re assembling the exterior of Willie and Nancy’s coach next With the molding strip on, their coach… the next one out s taking shape Thanks for the visit… we’re on task so we’ll see ya tomorrow….