Producing contrast finish on a bevel with slight overgrinds and surface variation.
Does anyone have tips on refinishing the surface of a bevel that has surface variations and slight overgrinds in depth because it was hand-finished on a grinding wheel? I want to produce a high contrast finish with a muddy finishing stone, but I do not want to remove more steel since it would reduce the convex nature of most of the surface. I'm guessing that a finger stone is the only option -- otherwise I can just leave it ugly. I'm wondering how this was done at the factory since the finished surface is not smooth. :scratchhead: