[DML] Re: Stainless regraining
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[DML] Re: Stainless regraining

Depending on the depth of the scratches you can use a blending pad and 
polish, if they are really deep you will need a flex wheel.  Both 
remedies require practice.  I would recommend the blending pad first, 
look in the tech info section of the DML, for basic procedures, and go 
slow and and easy, and follow instructions, think about every move you 
make with the blending pad, it's not a sponge and will make it even 
worse, if you don't follow the advice.  It's really easy to go 
backwards. or sideways, if you not concentrating on what you are 
doing.  If you get to power tools, good luck.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Qume Fox" <qumefox@xxxx> wrote:
> Can anyone tell me what exactly is required toolwise to regrain the 
> stainless on the Delorean? I'm asking this kinda in advance as i'm 
> near the stage of worrying about the body, but most of the panels on 
my D 
> are in serious need of regraining from improper care in the past by 
> former owner and some damage on the left rear panel.  The reason i'm 
> asking before i'm ready is because i'm trying to figure up a rough 
> for the rest of the parts/tools i'm going to need to finish up the 
> Chris
> VIN# 3209
> http://badger.brazi.net/delorean/

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