Pabloz, will take some next time I have my camera in the shop.
Thanks.....just thought it might help some that have never done it.
I have a 12 inch square piece of rubber that I got from McMaster-Carr that sits on the bench top, and the sandpaper sits on that after a sprit with water. I can then work to blade on that surface as needed to achieve my desired effect. A little water under and over the paper does the trick!
"The Buddha resides as comfortably in the circuits of a digital computer or the gears of a cycle transmission as he does at the top of a mountain."
I am so glad this topic is here. I don't have a problem with my blades having scratches, but when I did my bosses I was a little ashamed of them. He liked the over all look and feel but I was mad it wasn't perfect/like new.
Now to go and do some more learning.