Before trying wet sanding why not try some less risky solutions. If they do not work you can always resort to wet sanding but you can't go back without adding paint. Try some rubbing compound followed by glazing (3M imperial hand glaze) and then a good wax and see if it is acceptable. Don't get too perfectionist or you will end up with something that looks worse than what you started with. This is a time to be very conservative and take small steps.slanford77 said:Does anyone know what the correct procedure and what grit sandpaper to use when wet sanding something? I bumped my motorcycle with the lawnmower last night and left about a 1" scratch right on the front fender. Gotta love yard work!
gregs210 said:400 and 600 wet or dry paper, obviously wet sanding. If it's really bad start with the 400, if not use the 600.
Then shoot the lawnmower for being so disrespectful.