What is wet sanding car paint?
Keeping this in consideration, do you wet sand a car after painting?
When you really want a glossy finish, you'll need to wet sand. Wet sanding is a process that's often used on car paint jobs, guitars, and even 3D prints to give them a mirror-smooth look. Wet sanding is typically done after dry sanding to get an even finish.
One may also ask, what are the benefits of wet sanding? Water or wet sanding is done by immersing the sandpaper in a bucket of water; once the sandpaper is wet we can proceed to sand. The main advantage of wet sanding is the fact that it produces less dust, longer life of the sandpaper and allows obtain a smooth surface compared with dry sanding.
Keeping this in view, is wet sanding bad for your car?
Their opinion, to which they are entitled, is that wet sanding can remove too much clear coat/paint which reduces the paint systems overall protection against UV radiation, it alters the appearance of the paint finish, and it is bad practice in general.
How do you get wet sand out of car scratches?
Turn the pad with the sandpaper at an angle so you're sanding across the scratch, never straight up and down. Use the water bottle with clean water and a couple drops of shampoo to generously wet the paint you'll be sanding. Continuously spray the paint while you work to help the sandpaper glide easily.