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Re: Project: Metal Polishing

Posted: Sat Dec 01, 2018 12:43 pm
by Andrew 2.8i
andyd wrote:Looks great Andrew :)
Jasonmarie wrote:That has come up better then new mate , your be bling -ing up under the bonnet soon ..... :beer:

Thanks chaps! :D
When you think of how much mirage charge for an afternarket cover for the relay, it's a cheaper alternative if you have all the polishing stuff already.
I don't mind polishing up what is already under the bonnet to make it look good, but I definitely won't be adding any extra bling.

Andrew.

Re: Project: Metal Polishing

Posted: Sat Dec 01, 2018 4:52 pm
by Jasonmarie
I thought i would need sun glasses to see under your bonnet nextyear ....... :lol:

8-)

Re: Project: Metal Polishing

Posted: Tue Dec 04, 2018 12:44 pm
by Jasonmarie
My order arrived OMG I think I have over done it as I will not need any more polishing stuff for sometime . That’s was so cheap .
Also how bad is it they send you a book . That ultrasound machine is going up on my list ...

Cheers Andrew a really good find mate :beer:


Some light reading later ....

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Re: Project: Metal Polishing

Posted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 7:16 pm
by Andrew 2.8i
Jasonmarie wrote:Cheers Andrew a really good find mate :beer:

Hi Jason,
Yes, they do good quality items for the trade. I bought some other buffing wheels from the seller on Ebay, but they aren't as good quality as the ones from Moleroda.

Jasonmarie wrote:Some light reading later ....

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Don't do it, it could turn out to be expensive...... :D

Andrew.

Re: Project: Metal Polishing

Posted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 7:39 pm
by Jasonmarie
Yes I was working out the space of a clock workings and stated looking at at 6L machine what is £550 . But I will put the book away for after xmas and have another look .