TwoTonic Knight wrote:I use my Dremel rotary tool and a buffing/polishing wheel with Brasso applied to speed things up (I just did 20 shields, and believe me, you don't want to do that by hand - oh, and for those of you at home, keep the speeds real low or you going to have liquid Brasso sprayed off the wheel everywhere). I haven't tried to use this as a precise way to remove selected prints, though. It might be useful in some instances, and not useful in others. Yes. Brasso takes some rubbing to remove prints, but that's why it doesn't damage the plastic.
Hey cool! - I have a Dremel myself, and I had thought of using it. I was afraid that the wheel would rub off a bunch of the plastic. Do you use the little white cloth wheel? or do you have a specific part number? I can go to the local walmart (everything emporium) to find out if they have one.
Also - you suggested the slowest speed?
I have a bunch of those walls that have the snake on them from the harry potter sets. I would like to to remove that pattern, but i wasnt willing to sit there with a rag for hours and hours and hours.
I am going to have to give this a try, and thanks for posting Two-Tonic
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