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QUESTION: Do you grind down surface rust with grinding stone or sanding discs?

Begin by using 80-grit sandpaper to gently sand the rust until you reach bare metal. To treat the remaining surface rust, create a 50:50 mixture of white vinegar and water. Apply this mixture to a rag and use it to wipe down the affected area. Once the vinegar and water mixture has dried, sand the area again with sandpaper, remove any dust, and proceed to apply epoxy primer. After applying the epoxy primer, you can add a 2k filler primer. Block it out for a smooth finish, and you’re now ready for painting unless you intend to seal it before painting.

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QUESTION: I have wet sanded my clear again to re-spray using soapy water and now I have these white residue stains that I can’t seem to get off even after using a uPol degreaser, any tips?

So when you’re sanding a clear coat, you don’t have to use any type of soapy solution. You just use water -that’s it. If you’re getting a soapy water residue that you can’t get rid of, I would suggest sanding it again with just water to get that out. Just sand it with water, just use water then use 2000 grit or you’re going to be re-spraying it. 

I would just wash it down with 800 grit again. It seems like you’re going to be doing a clear coat flow coat. Right? So I would just wash it down. Be sure you don’t cut down through the base but if you just got a clear coat going on, you want to make sure you just wet sand that again and wash it with water. Don’t use any type of soap. and then go ahead and clearcoat it.

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