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This video shows you the step by step process of repairing deep scratches and impact marks then polishing a Lear Jet to give it a mirror like finished.
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Learjet Bar Top repair using a buffing technique. Buffing pad is on a slight angle due to a lip at bar top front. Masking was done first to protect the interior of this jet. Buffing compound added and then just slowly work the scratches and mares out. Needing to be cautious as the finish has the potential to heat up which can result in further damage to this fire retardant finish.
This is my first video, so forgive my shaky hands and the music in the background.
Filling 90 degree miters with wood putty for a large 8 foot X 8 foot floating pantry project.
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In this video you will see a a quick corner repair with two large to be filled with Wood Epoxy Stick then touched up with stain to blend into the existing surroundings.
This is a historic building so they requested that the originality remain. But due the fact its a high traffic area and gets banged up frequently there's lot of damaged areas in need of our repairs.
This is my first time doing a hyper lapse video so forgive the more funny parts... after all I cant sand at the speed of a hummingbird...lol
The Calgary Petroleum Club ( C.P.C.) has been a loyal client of ours for many years. Its always a thrill to do touch ups for them. There will be many more years of repairs and touch ups to come.