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jklingel

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#1 posted 01-10-2018 07:01 AM

from my first experience, i think i will avoid diamond plates in the future. if 220 grit is enough, then that is what i will do next time (maybe 320. super smooth looks so good….) i guess i got a bit carried away going to 4000 grit…..but, it looked so nice…. until a diamond or two got loose and scratched it! dang….


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