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Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: The land that Time forgot
Last time I was in the body shop I saw the dudes there using what looked like a big polishing machine with rubbing compound (presumably well lubricated) to polish up a car, after spraying.
Rubbing compound is too abrasive unless you use plenty of water but you could get a similar setup by buying a polishing mop for your drill and then buffing away using some of that Colour-Magic (it's a mild abrasive) or T-Cut, depending how bad your paint is.
If that's no good, it may be worth taking your beast to a body shop and getting THEM to polish it. They have the kit and all the different grades of polishes and cutting compounds to sort your paint.
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