First video shows scratches remaining after some heavy compounding. With the level of cut that was initially performed, it would generally be classified as not safe to continue cutting the clear. This is when a judgement call needs to be made. How far are we willing to go to get the finish desired. Further cutting of the clear was performed multiple times while inspecting after each pass. We only want to eliminate the scratches and then stop cutting so that we can refine with minimal clear coat removal. What you see in the second video and final shot is not perfect, yet shows a finish that is now acceptable and will last. I say "last," due to the fact that the finish has been leveled and not masked by glazes or polished that contain as we call "fillers." We are here to correct the finish and not hide defects for our clients. This is a skill that takes time, knowledge, and passion to take it as far as we do. Perfection is what we strive for!
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