[DML] Re: OK, I really screwed up
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[DML] Re: OK, I really screwed up

Hi Bernie,

Scotch-Brite pads work well and are sold all over the place - check  
your local hardware store.  You can search the archives for exactly  
what type matches the stainless the best (I think there was a  
discussion on that before).  But in my opinion, Scotch-Brite pads (at  
least, the standard-issue ones for household use) can't compete with  
a blending pad from the vendors.  This pad is much thicker and larger  
than regular Scotch-Brite pads and has a more "gritty" texture.  I  
got one of DMC (Texas)'s stainless care kits long ago, which includes  
a pad and some other cleaning supplies.  It works great.  Wrapping  
the pad around a block sander while brushing can also help with  
results (and keep your fingers from getting a workout).

A near spot-on color match for the louvers is Krylon semi-flat  
black.  It's harder to find than it used to be, but it's good stuff.

Travis Graham

On Jul 7, 2005, at 12:13 PM, dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> I scratched my roof :( (don't ask), not deep and they should come out
> really easy.  Where can I get the Scotch-Brite pads, and the stainless
> cleaner/polish online?  I really don't have time to run all over town
> looking for this stuff.
> Also I need to redo the louver on the back, it's graying and looks
> pretty bad, what do you guy's use.
> Thanks,
> Bernie

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