Wet sanding and buffing; I am one of the few who loves doing it. I once had almost 80 hours in doing a show car; start with 800 3M and a hard stick of your choice, then 1000/ 1500/2000 meguiars is the only paper i will use other then the 800 3M. All paper soaks in water for 24 hours prior to using in separate pails. I don't want a 800 grit stones getting picked up while i'm using 1000 grit and so on. I also use a couple drops of dish soap in the pail. After i finish with the 800 i switch to a soft block' i am done trying to get it flat. Now i am just trying to get the prier sand scratch's out finely ending up with only 2000 grit scratches to buff out. Some times depending on the color i will use 3M powder guide coat in between each grit change. I tried the DA thing once. for 10 min; i ended up throwing it all in the trash!!!!
1st question, how big of a block should I use? (hard block & soft block)
2nd question, how much pressure? (Hard block steps, soft block step, and Trizact by hand)?