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Old 01-22-2010, 02:37 AM   #1
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Spotting screws


What's the right way, when spotting screws in the field, as far as sanding goes?
I'm looking for a level 4 finish.
I'm expecting to coat each screw 3 times.
What grit sanding screen should I use and do you sand between each coat? What about the dust left behind after sanding?
Do you wipe down the field with a damp sponge or anything before applying the next coat?
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Spotting screws


100-120 grit, yes

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