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    Can acrylic enamel with wet look hardener be color sanded and buffed to get rid of debris in the paint and make it shine better?
    Thanks to all the great people at eastwood.

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    It can be done.. but it is not as forgiving as base coat/clear coat or even urethane SS. You need to make sure you have a good build of color to have enough film thickness to work with. If you only shot one or two coats it probably will not be beneficial to try and sand and buff. If you really want to cut and buff you may want to consider spraying a coat or two of a quality urethane clear coat on top.

    Hope that helps,

    Matt/EW

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