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Re: [APD] Clear for Life Aquarium Problem
With the 3M product there is a material pad then wool like pad to finish off
after their finest grit. There was also a fine white paste to use on the
material but it was not used because of the fish.
On 30/9/05 3:29 AM, "S. Hieber" <shieber at yahoo_com> wrote:
> I'm not sure what the micron rating is for this. I had been
> under the impression that 12000 grit was as fine as 3M
> manufactured. Whatever, if it works, that's super. Btw,
> 120000 grit or mesh is equivalent to about 5 micron grit or
> --- Dave Wilson <aqua_green at bigpond.com> wrote:
>> 3M Finesse-It? System will fix up acrylic scratches
>> really well.
>> I don¹t have any affiliation with this mob except that I
>> used their products
>> to polish a very large amount of acrylic in Australias
>> largest freshwater
>> public aquarium. The staff at Sydney Aquarium told me
>> about how well it
>> works. The product can be used underwater on scuba with
>> an air operated
>> sander. It is a range of various sized grits then a
>> wool buffer. If you
>> follow their instructions you end up with an incredibly
>> smooth mirror like
>> I imagine the automotive product mentioned below does the
>> same thing.
>> On 29/9/05 10:25 PM, "Gordon McLellan"
>> <gordonthree at gmail_com> wrote:
>>> Sorry to chime in as a lurker ...
>>> Meguiers makes automotive detailing products, and I've
>> seen some of them in
>>> action ... resulting in acrylic sheets with flawless
>> mirror like properties
>>> (computer modding). ScratchX is touted to remove fine
>> scratches and swirls
>>> perhaps if filling the tank with water doesn't make the
>> scratches fade, some
>>> elbow grease will?
>>> On 9/29/05, Stuart Halliday <stuart at stuarthalliday_com>
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