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Old 06-14-2014, 02:42 PM   #1
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Best way to remove oxydation

Hello guys,so my mustang has oxydation on the paint on the drivers side from the tail to the headlights.
I'm wondering if there's a good way to do maybe do this correction my self and sand and paint over it the best way possible.what will I need,any advice will be greatly appreciated
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Pictures would be a start.
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Old 06-14-2014, 06:10 PM   #3
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Well the oxydation is a strart,unfortunately yesterday night I scrapped the sh**t out my car :/
I can't believe it happend I can't forgive my self so now I wanna see if I can sand it down and try to match the paintClick image for larger version

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Since this driver side is really the only side of my car that's damaged
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Yikes.......driver mod would be my suggestion.
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What did you scrape against?
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Your going to need a machine buffer, some heavy compound and then polish. A bit of wet sanding may help also.
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Is it best to sand it down?if so what type of sand paper.ive never done this to my car so I'm out in the blue.
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Wet sanding. Start with like 2500 wet sand paper..... Go on YouTube and look up AMMONYC, the guy who does all the videos (Larry) is great at explaining everything and really knows his stuff.
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