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Old 06-12-2013, 12:46 PM   #21
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We had several SS rifles which were damaged or stained and a light bead blasting fixed them right up.
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Old 06-14-2013, 04:09 AM   #22
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Well the mothers and rubber glove seems to be working, but I'm not getting the shine/polished look I was hoping for. May just need modify my polishing motion into even smaller circular motions.
I dont think the smaller circles will help. Once you wipe away the black with a clean rag, and wipe wipe again, there shouldn't be any circular scratches or any mares showing up, just a polished mirrored result.
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Well it's not getting that mirrored finish. It's cleaning as far as that goes but the finished isn't chrome like. It's shiny, not dull, but its definitely not a nice polished finish like I want. I want the gun to look new again, not just old and clean. It was near perfect before, now it just looks used.
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