If you are equipped with orbital, it’s very true about the mess , I also find this to give a much better finish. But with the creams at the end, and since you are equipped I imagine with marble polishing tools, then you can use your Bosch or Makita variable speed.
I love tools so I buy everything but it sits in the garage for months before I can use them again... for what??
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You must use an orbital sander you will make mess if you use diamond tools we fab corian every day and you must start with 100 micron paper then 60 then 30 and then a burgundy scotch pad last
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Sent: Wednesday, July 01, 2009 9:25 AM
To: Restoration and Maintenance
Subject: [sccpartners] removing scratches from corian
I just bid a mid sized travertine restoration where the customer has a mud room counter and cast in basin she uses to wash the dog,it is made from the newer upgrade material from corian,made by Dupont cant remember the name,Can I remove scratches and refinish with resin diamond pads??? the material was very expensive however its still plastic.Anyone ever try this??? seems like 400-800-1800 should do it
Thanks in advance for any advice "Big Blessings" Scott Wilson/ Wilson Stonework's Inc
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