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  • Sandblasted Stainless Steel

    I have an old stainless steel grill (cooking)that has been cleaned with a sandblaster. This has left the steel clean, but dull and relatively rough.

    I have an air die grinder with 1/4 and 1/8 collets, so I can use the felt bobs, but where should I start? What kind of polishing compounds should I use? Do I need to sand or use a buffing wheel to start?

    The grill originally had a mirror-like shine on it, and I would like to make it look new.

    I am new to this, so any advice will be appreciated.

    John Phillips

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    Re: Sandblasted Stainless Steel

    The white compound and some felt bobs should be all you\'ll need, unless the part is very rough, then you might want to start with some sanding disks.
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    Mike Caswell
    Caswell Inc
    http://www.caswellplating.com
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