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    Default Re: Basic must have tools for restoration

    I use red and white Dialux polishing compound bars for the polishing. I usually don't bother with green. My goal is usually to reduce the haze of small scratches rather than trying to get to a like new high polish. Just enough to make it look nicer from a distance.

    I am not sure what to say about bad bite marks. I would be inclined towards 400 then 600 grit sandpaper then zona paper from 30 micron to 1 micron then polish with white. I've only had to deal with shallow teeth marks so far.
    Last edited by azkid; July 25th, 2020 at 10:29 PM.

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