Tutorial - Brushing Stainless Steel

Hopefully this helps someone out, been asked to show this a few times now :)


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  1. Hi Todd, Just been watching the video and thought of an idea. If you could get the tank/mod attached to a threaded rod with some sort of expanding material in the centre, like a piece of rubber a couple of big washers and a couple of nuts you could mount it on a drill and just hold the wet and dry around it. Would save a lot of arm work :)

    Take care Buddy

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    1. Pretty much what I already do mate, I use the spindle on my bench grinder but not every one has a drill (why!) so showing it the manual way.

      All the best

      Todd

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  2. Hello Todd. Great tutorial and looks great.

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  3. Wow that really looks great with the contrasting finishes. I was wondering if you were careful not to take too much material off if this would work with a chrome finish? Maybe giving it a bit of a frosted appearance like the stainless steel. Thanks for posting this, I have an ody clone that has some blemishes that I'm going to try it on and then maybe a mod if you think it might work on the chrome.

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  4. hey todd been away for awhile like the additions to the site, ss mesh sizes and what not, very nice polish job on your mod i think it looks better now than when it was new , been busy up here on the mountain gardening since spring has arrived and also restoring the redwood deck ( replacing rotted floor joist and resurfacing the deck boards ) got several vids to catch up on keep up the good work.....willie

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    1. Hi Willie,

      Good to hear from you stranger :)

      I'm actually just heading out the door this sec to go buy new wood for my decking as well LOL

      All the best

      Todd

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