Any gurus can show how to remove a scratch from the polished shiny surface? Or live with it?o|
I bought a can of Mothers Mag Polish. Highly recommended from some folks, but I have not tried it yet. If you run a search here you can find more details.
Certainly not any kind of guru but I've had very good result on mirror-finish stainless using a small felt pad in a Dremel with little dabs of Simicrome polish. You have to be careful not to overheat the metal and that's easy to do. For brushed finish, also stainless, I use a nylon brush from TZ tool shop. They come in at least two sizes. But my results haven't been any better than those shown by JBdan on that scuffed up bracelet in this thread. About the same actually, but I'm lazy, so I like the Dremel! I forgot to say that if you're using the Dremel, it's a good idea to cover neighboring brushed or crystal surfaces with cut-to-size masking tape.Any gurus can show how to remove a scratch from the polished shiny surface? Or live with it?o|
Hey krazy. You can use a green scotch-brite pad for brushed finishes. For more of a satin look to the brushed finished I use the Mothers after I brush it very lightly with no pressure (don't want to remove the brush marks here) to give it a shine.
Correct |>+1 That Mothers stuff + microfiber cloth did THAT??? Just with elbow grease?
I originally found out about Mothers on a gun forum. People polishing their SS pistols with Mothers and the results were stunning so I thought I would give it a whirl.