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Rileybowler

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4k Fast
« on: July 22, 2022, 11:06:29 AM »
I ordered a Hyped pearl and originally they were 1500 polished surface and mine came with the 4k fast and understand now that Roto Grip and Storm have changed all 1500polished to 4k fast. I loved the 1500 polished and whenever they would start to lose the pop on the back end I would use Reacta Shine and that would do the trick. My question is with the 4k fast from what I understand they start at the lowest grit and move up to the next grit until they end up with the last 4000 grit, so when my back end starts to go now with this 4k fast will I just need to hit it with a 4000 pad or will I need to go lower. I know this does not have anything to do with this post but I cannot wrap my head around why they call it 4000fast when you have to go through 6 steps to get the end results.
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TWOHAND834

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Re: 4k Fast
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2022, 12:18:06 PM »
I ordered a Hyped pearl and originally they were 1500 polished surface and mine came with the 4k fast and understand now that Roto Grip and Storm have changed all 1500polished to 4k fast. I loved the 1500 polished and whenever they would start to lose the pop on the back end I would use Reacta Shine and that would do the trick. My question is with the 4k fast from what I understand they start at the lowest grit and move up to the next grit until they end up with the last 4000 grit, so when my back end starts to go now with this 4k fast will I just need to hit it with a 4000 pad or will I need to go lower. I know this does not have anything to do with this post but I cannot wrap my head around why they call it 4000fast when you have to go through 6 steps to get the end results.

You can still take it to 1500 polished.  It just doesnt come from the factory that way anymore.  So if 1500 polished is what you "love"; then just go back to it. 
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