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NhustlaR
11-03-2005, 03:10 PM
so i need some help on how to wet sand.... any suggestions?

p.s. i dont know how to use a search button

NhustlaR
11-03-2005, 03:17 PM
UPPPP nick needs some help

NhustlaR
11-03-2005, 03:20 PM
its for my tweet pods...i need to wet sand the primer. use like 1kgrit?

Nikuk
11-03-2005, 03:20 PM
so i need some help on how to wet sand.... any suggestions?

p.s. i dont know how to use a search button

I don't know how to use the "reply" button.

NhustlaR
11-03-2005, 03:32 PM
ouch.

Psyence
11-03-2005, 03:51 PM
Your Type-R has never beaten JL W7 in any contest.
--> Any type-r can beat out JL W7 in an improperly built box.

Your XXX is not louder then a Stroker
--> Same as above

Your Lanzar does not put out 5kw
--> Very few amps do!

You donít know what 160.0dB is like
--> If you've heard it, you do.

You wonít bully a multi-million dollar company via Internet
--> Its still fun venting to them via internet.

No one cares who You are, how many amp's You've installed, nor what "Your Buddy" can hit "in the kick".
--> My friends, and I care.

You are a consumer. Shut the **** up and gobble up the products that You think are worth Your meager funds. Just remember, that AscendiResiMentalNeeringBahnDirePine equipment will not pay for Your medicine when You're 70 yrs old and not able to claim SSI yet.
--> If your life consists of making it to death, you've got more problems than anyone else this would apply to.

Because, after all, if You don't post on the internet, You'll never be able to validate Your self-esteem.
--> Including yourself.

NOW STFU, and CHEER UP!

saywhat?
11-03-2005, 03:57 PM
dont use 1K lmao. use 220 then prime again and use 400. using 1K before paint is the devil.

johnecon2001
11-03-2005, 04:18 PM
use like 80 grit and spit.. that should work good. if spit doesnt work use some fine beach sand instead.

johnecon2001
11-03-2005, 04:19 PM
Your Type-R has never beaten JL W7 in any contest.
--> Any type-r can beat out JL W7 in an improperly built box.

Your XXX is not louder then a Stroker
--> Same as above

Your Lanzar does not put out 5kw
--> Very few amps do!

You donít know what 160.0dB is like
--> If you've heard it, you do.

You wonít bully a multi-million dollar company via Internet
--> Its still fun venting to them via internet.

No one cares who You are, how many amp's You've installed, nor what "Your Buddy" can hit "in the kick".
--> My friends, and I care.

You are a consumer. Shut the **** up and gobble up the products that You think are worth Your meager funds. Just remember, that AscendiResiMentalNeeringBahnDirePine equipment will not pay for Your medicine when You're 70 yrs old and not able to claim SSI yet.
--> If your life consists of making it to death, you've got more problems than anyone else this would apply to.

Because, after all, if You don't post on the internet, You'll never be able to validate Your self-esteem.
--> Including yourself.

NOW STFU, and CHEER UP!


:crazy:

Look at you.. regular *******.

ramos
11-03-2005, 04:30 PM
its for my tweet pods...i need to wet sand the primer. use like 1kgrit?


I would start with 220 if it's really rough, or 500 if it's not. Water and a little dish soap in a bucket, or bottle. Soak your paper in the water before hand. Then wet the surface our gonna sand. Then get to sanding. Use plenty of water and fresh paper. :)

vosschs
11-03-2005, 04:46 PM
i usually do 320 both times....

PV Audio
11-03-2005, 05:22 PM
wet sanding just polishes the finish with the sanded particles, right?

saywhat?
11-04-2005, 08:50 AM
if your wet sanding, the surface is already relatively smooth, your just technically gettin rid of larger scratches with smaller ones, all the while cleansing the surface. so yes.....use 400....anything below that should be dry.

NhustlaR
11-04-2005, 09:04 AM
thank you all :) now back to the podsss. ill post some pics later today

ramos
11-04-2005, 09:37 AM
wet sanding just polishes the finish with the sanded particles, right?


Nah, your still removing material when wet sanding. Just very minute amounts. :)

PV Audio
11-04-2005, 11:26 AM
Nah, your still removing material when wet sanding. Just very minute amounts. :)
oo..they told me at diyaudio.com that wet sanding polishes the surface with the particles that you take off (the wet sanded particles make like a polish with the water)...

ramos
11-04-2005, 11:37 AM
I don't know about all that. You still need to buff after all the sanding is done. When I hear the term polishing in reference to finishing paint. To me It's the last step to remove all the little teeny tiny scratches that are left behind by the wet sanding.

///M5
11-05-2005, 01:57 AM
Since the sand on the paper is harder than the paint it will indeed remove paint. Really light grit sandpaper (say like 4000+) is almost like buffing compound which has small granules to remove material as well--just not much of it. Of course the sandpaper has a lot more surface and therefore removes material quicker.