CrOx polish

Matt

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I was wandering here and there and on strazors.com I saw a section saying
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, so I took an interested peek.

What an impressive source of knowledge... rotfl.

Okay, actually there's one useful thing, in the sliding top, over the menu - felt with CrOx for polishing. That seems like a fine idea - you could clean and polish some pits this way without sanding the whole surface, right?

regards,
Matt
 

Smythe

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The short answer is… Yes, it will work just fine for polishing shallow pits without sanding the whole blade.

The long answer will require it own thread... And and because I have strong objections to many of the current methodologies of restoring razors... I may require a flak jacket :mad: .
 

wdwrx

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hhhmmm... I've loaded a dremel felt wheel with Crox..... To good effect.

Maybe you best let us in on some of your secrets, Smythe.:)
 

Gunner777

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I've used CrOx as well but what I used was a hard paste made by Mastro Livi. It worked well for spot removal, water stains etc.
 

DJKELLY

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I have trouble sometimes finding felt wheels, and they are stupid expensive. A little trick I learned working on fine tuning fishing reels is to use a bamboo skewer cut with side cutters to length. Put the stick in a chuck type high speed rotary tool (I have a Fordham) that you can tighten down with a key, and then just hold the spinning stick very lightly touching a cotton ball and you can make almost any size spinning pad--similar to a q-tip, but much stronger. Add your favorite abrasive and you're on.
 

Matt

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That's a really good idea, looks like this lets you work on real details!

Thank you for this nice tip, my friend.

regards,
Matt
 
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