Make sure your metals are from the same manufacture. I just did a job and first cut was 30 metal by super abrasives. Then went to a 50 metal from another company and proceeded up to 100 resin at that point I noticed the 30’s where still slightly visible. Went back to those same 50 metals and went over again very thorough and still no luck. I went ahead and got the super abrasive 50 metals out even though they where almost used up, and tried them and wipe the 30’s out easily. A lesson learned for me.
On Sep 25, 2016, at 4:27 AM, Roger Konarski (via sccpartners list) <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
This email was sent from yahoo.com which does not allow forwarding of emails via email lists. Therefore the sender's email address (email@example.com) has been replaced with a dummy one.My techs like the metals and coppers from Stu for cutting floors. Knocks down lippage with out leaving deep scratch patterns. Use his metals , followed by coppers then onto 120 resins.RogerOn Saturday, September 24, 2016 12:02 PM, Richard Middleton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Partners, I will be bidding a residential job for lippage on marble floor. Any suggestions on procedures would be helpful. Machines we have are Hawk 17” and 20”. Also pricing ideas would be helpful. Thank you for any input. Have a great weekend.Best Regards,Richard MiddletonVisit list archives, subscribe, unsubscribe or change your subscription preferences: http://stoneandtilepros.simplelists.com/sccpartners Start a new conversation (thread): email@example.comVisit list archives, subscribe, unsubscribe or change your subscription preferences: http://stoneandtilepros.simplelists.com/sccpartners Start a new conversation (thread): firstname.lastname@example.org