Originally Posted by Rainman229
I use the same method. but i only use one stage of ceramics then walnuts.
And I learned moving them out side to the shed makes the time go by faster as i don't have to listen to the damn things. They get very annoying.
But the only way your going to get the same or better results is to do them all by hand on buffing wheel. And thats time most of use don't have.
I only do one treatment of the ceramic if the parts are not too bad, then the shells with some added polish. I am curious if you run the ceramic wet or dry?