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post #21 of 24 Old 07-26-2011, 09:15 AM Thread Starter
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Try using squares of Bounty paper towels folded a few times to apply the CA. Another trick is put the little bags from the parts in the kit over your finger before holding the paper towel to apply CA.

Glad you got it fixed.

Plastic bags aye, on my way to the store for Bounty. Thanks agian.
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Plastic bags aye, on my way to the store for Bounty. Thanks agian.
I haven't tried bounty, I hear it works well for finishing, I hear those blue shop paper towels are even better.
But I'm guilty of using painters rags (cotton T-shirt scraps) for finishing. I know i shouldn't, but I'm very very careful And use tiny tightly folded squares. Everyone gasps when I tell them this, but it works well for me. I'm gonna grab the blue ones to try em out Soon to avoid any problems.

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hey, i also find that sanding horizontally after using the sanding normally clears those lines up real nice, and u do it horizontally while off and just hand turn. hope that helps
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hey, i also find that sanding horizontally after using the sanding normally clears those lines up real nice, and u do it horizontally while off and just hand turn. hope that helps
+1 this works, make it a habit with the upper grits, to sand with the grain after your done spin-sanding with each grit. If that makes sense.

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