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Old 12-22-2016, 11:17 PM   #14
Jack
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Originally Posted by Redwood Chair View Post
Steel wool or #1000 gold scotch brite will put a fine scratch on it, I'd use metal polish or if it's chromed steel and there's rust poking through I'd rub it ever so gently with a stainless steel pot scrubber.
IDK 0000 works good for me

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awesome looking project, congrats!
thank you, you should buy it

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Originally Posted by timpanama View Post
Company called FatMat works great!
I already have a bunch of Dynamat and loved it on my 245 but like said both are expensive and PNS is cheap but not as effective - anything is better then no deadening


decided to polish my knobs and repaint the lettering on switch plates

before


1/2 done


with the lettering you have to cake on the paint, wait for it to dry and rub off the excess


could be better but I'm done with these
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Donít bother, I would literally rather throw them away than give you the pleasure. I will never sell to you.

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