More Cleaning.....Oceanic & Interocean

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Chuck...That turned out Great! Polishing by hand is a far more palatable process. The time it takes it worth every minute in the end.

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Looks pretty good to me. I took Rick's hint and tried using a buffing wheel on a bench grinder on one until it got jerked from my hand, bent the spool. I think it was luck I didn't get killed. Makes hand polishing sound pretty good. No more power buffing for me.

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Buffing wheels are not for the faint of heart. They are strictly for the stupid ones...like me. i.e. Do Not Try This At Home...or in your garage. :loco:

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Why didn't you tell me that before I had heart failure?

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Experience is the best Teacher. Now you can tell everyone that you were trapped in a workshop with a flying disk ricocheting off of the walls, ceiling and floor...and...YOU LIVED, to tell the story! :lol:

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