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  1. I have also used a Dremel to get out the big stuff. Then go 80, 220, 400, 800, 1500 grit sandpaper to make it shine. But it takes probably six hours of work, and I know with the right tools I could cut that way down. I'm just not sure exactly what to get
  2. Hey guys. I am wondering what the process you use to get out the nicks and dents and scratches in golf clubs you work on? If using a bench grinder, what wheels/compounds do you use and in what order if using several? Thanks!
  3. Welcome to the forums mpfgolf :)

     

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