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knotscott

5417 posts in 2001 days


#1 posted 592 days ago

The splotches shouldn’t effect performance any as long as they’re sub-surface. You might be able to get them off by working at the surface with some sandpaper and WD-40, but you need to do a large area around them to avoid creating a divot. I’d start somewhere in the 100-150 grit range and work up to whatever level of shine you want to see….it’ll take some effort.

Maybe someone has a chemical suggestion that’s less work….

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