The 3″ sanding discs can be used for sanding on headlights that have severe discoloration. Once the initial sanding is completed with the 180 grit, resume the regular sanding procedure using the:
- 180 grit sanding discs
- 320 grit sanding discs
- 500 grit sanding discs
- 800 grit sanding discs
- 1200 grit sanding discs
- 1500 grit sanding discs
Follow with the 3000 grit polishing disc.
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Using the right sanding discs is paramount to ensure each of your headlight restorations is completed with optimal quality. Some sanding materials on the market will cost more than others, but that doesn’t mean they perform better. Also, there’s an overwhelming amount of grit sizes to choose from. Delta Kits does the work for you by extensively researching and testing different sanding materials to ensure you’re achieving optimal quality at the best possible price with your headlight restoration system. Here are a few things we’ve encountered through testing different sanding discs:
Q: What makes one brand different from another?
A: Delta Kits continually tests a variety of sanding disks before selecting the ones to provide in its systems. Upon comparison, some brands fill up with debris at a much faster rate than others. Most importantly, some show a better longevity than other brands, such as the ones Delta Kits provides its customers.
Q: How do I know what grit size of sanding disc to use?
A: Delta Kits training, instructions and material make the headlight restoration process simple. The grit size of sandpaper isn’t the only factor to consider when deciding what sandpaper to use. The longevity of the sandpaper and the price you pay for it give the sandpaper its value.
Q: Will different sanding discs perform the same, regardless of wet sanding or dry sanding…. Continue Reading