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Old 13-03-2018, 05:17 PM   #7
Sicskate
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I wouldn't polish it up yet, it will look rubbish.

I don't really like to give advice as it's really hard to evaluate a chip from a picture.

Also different people have different ability's.

I guess at this point I'd suggest making sure the chip is flat, without any low spots.

When you use the blade, slide it over smoothly without any pressure. If it catches the chip, good. If not just keep going.

A single chip can still take me 20-30 slides to get smooth.

I can get you a few more pictures of different situations tomorrow if you like??
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