I have used both methods previously descibed. If you cannot find a pad to match you can always pull the diamond off the handblock or use sandpaper as was recommended.
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From: PJ Raduta <pjraduta@diamondstoneandtilecare.com>
Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2012 12:38:01 -0400
To: Stone and Tile PROS Technical Support<sccpartners@stoneandtilepros.com>
ReplyTo: "Stone and Tile PROS Technical Support" <sccpartners@stoneandtilepros.com>
Subject: [sccpartners] Scratches on non-flat surfaces

Hey partners,

I was wondering what sorts of processes you use to to address scratching on non-flat surfaces. A client is asking me to remove some scratches on the beveled edge of a countertop (see photo), and am interested in what sorts of things have been successful for you in the past. I imagine I might encounter more atypical surfaces in the future (another client was asking me about working on marble sculptures), so any insight would be helpful.


PJ Raduta
Diamond Stone and Tile Care
(267) 349-0069

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