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Posted by Rick on January 8, 2002 00:38:52 UTC

Hello All,
After a flawed polishing session which sent me back to find grinding before christmas..... I am once again polishing. Have about 5 hours in, but i notice i have a few ( five to be exact) bubbles that have made there way through the surface of the lap....... my question is, should i not worry about them or should i repair them, if i must repair what is the best way to go about it... i thought of filling them with beeswax, would this work.....dont want to have another disaster, been having quite a few of them as of late...hoping to finally make it through the polishing session, with no scratches.... thanks for advise in advance...and Happy New Year to All.

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