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    Originally posted by layinframe
    use a wire brush, cleans it up nice and good, and you don't loose too much grit at all..
    what he said.

    also, it might be cured, but if its still warm, it will clog more, If im doing any work that isnt a rush job, I let it cure overnight before I sand it, works mo' bettah :D
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    there is a high quality sandpaper, usually blue, that is coated in somthing, so it doesn't clog. Works way better than the cheap stuff, and doesn't clog up the same. Worth the few cents extra. Ask at a good autobody supply place.
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    fuck....i went to home depot and bought this stone sanding block, if you will. It's just a block of some kinda stone shit, haha. It's the same size as a 1/4 sheet of sandpaper. Just pop that bitch on my sander. It's about an inch thick, and is equivalent to 60 grit sandpaper. And is also equivalent to 25 sheets of sandpaper. That bitch worked fucking awesome!......................anybody know what i'm talking about here????
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