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post #7 of (permalink) Old 04-23-2009, 12:01 AM
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It's like Dremel tool and buffing pad...
Use a little 'Whitening' toothpaste to take scratches and transfer marks out of glass, especially windshields and side windows...

We used to use it to take blemishes out of cranks, cams, ect. where metal to metal contact needed a SMOOTH surface, but the intended part has a manufacturing or machining defect in it.

Use the 'Tooth Polish' and buff to take the sharp edges off, and buff the surrounding areas.
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