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    Very cool. I really should start useing my helmet more and paint it also awesome work

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    damn! amazing!

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    Amazing. Gotta love a clean DIY that you can really be proud of.

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    Dam!...that looks freakin awesome!!!!

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    yeah I just checked this out again and this came out great and its a good write up too.

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    That helmet is awesome! I really like the silver/blue/black combo. I really want to try this.

    Brian

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    what was your process after applying clear for the buffing/polishing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSkrue666 View Post
    what was your process after applying clear for the buffing/polishing?
    I let it dry for a week before sanding. I started with 400 grit to get it pretty smooth, then switched to 800 to get it completely smooth. I then sanded it with 1500 to finish up. I used polishing compound with an old sock, by hand, to make it shine.

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