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    Default Polishing Stainless Steel

    Trying to get a #4 food service finish on a stainless project I am working on. I'll have it welded up this evening. Does anyone have any tips before I start the grinding and polishing process. From what I understand the #4 finish is the brushed finish, not the high gloss.

    Thanks

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    Hi there migth want to try a scotch brigth pad back and forth on a scrap piece this may give you the brushed look you want good luck
    garthswelding@aol.com trail blazer 301g with all the fixins:delta band saw dewalt chop saw craftsman drill press, sp-135 mm251 spectrum 375 suite case mig, tig w/hi freq. one welding truck.

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    I would do the Scotch Brite thing, but start with Grey stuff then go to white stuff. As that I can not see the project, a palm sander maybe useful for doing this if the job is large enough. I think most wood working stores carry the different colors (color denotes the coarseness) of Scotch Brite.

    Jerry

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    Default scotch bright

    thanks for the suggestion. I picked up some scotch bright to try out.

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