Inconsistent with first buff

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 27, 2018 4:34 pm
So I repainted my "total disaster" came out much better with the help of this board! I was unable to sand shortly after painting so the paint got really hard, I had to hit a few areas with 800 then flattened it with 1000 completely. I did my first buff with meguiars 105 and noticed a few spots that still look slightly "milky" as opposed to the rest that shows a decent reflection. Should I be concerned or go on to the 205, then polishing?

This is Kirker Single stage white paint.

I also found a few spots of orange peel I missed so I have to do a little bit of sanding as well. Figured I would wait to do the entire truck, get the bed back on and go over it in detail. Going to stop at this point with the 105 and figured I would do the cab with 105 then the entire truck 205 and so on.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 27, 2018 11:00 pm
Haze means scratches are still there.
Did you try to buff the 1000 grit scratches out?
I normally go 1000, 1500, 2000 and then buff.
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