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Thread: How to remove scratches and polish knifes after thinning?

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    low to high grit progression of sandpaper and micron films work great! and are very cheap... just a buck or so... http://www.amazon.com/3M-Lapping-263...2507081&sr=8-1

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    Does $9.24/sheet (w/shipping) seem cheap to you?

    I find automotive wet/dry paper work better, as abrasives (silicone carbide) break down nicely, leaving a nicer finish (than using a lapping film). Plus lapping film has stiffer backing, so not easy to wrap around your finishing stick or whatever you finish with (some use rubber blocks)

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    just trying to show the picture... you can get those in stores that sell 3m products...

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    You can get a whole range of micro mesh pads for about $10 seems like a good deal also.
    http://www.leevalley.com/en/wood/pag...27&cat=1,42500

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