Originally Posted by featherbedder
With new cars the clear coat that has marks can be buffed out with buffing compound and soft buff pad on buffer, maybe can do with AS?
Be careful. The Alcoa clear coat is softer than the acrylic on autos. I've tried to talk to them about the product, but have only confirmed that it is a baked on finish. It's been reported here that it is a polymer. That sounds very probable to me since a polymer works very well on bare aluminum. I use Nyalic, a polymer, for clear touch up work and it does a great job. I would test behind the stainless rock guards with any buffing action first.
Sent from my iPad using Airstream Forums