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I cut out a knife from a slice of agate (agate) which is on the market, polished to a certain extent with waterproof paper, it was used for glazing. Is he really polishing? The surface is slippery and the sound is quite different from the water resistant paper so much, but as soon as the water has whitened, it seems that it is polishing firmly. I tried using 1500 → 3000 → 6000, but even 1500 got a gloss of a good feeling. If it is an amateur's work like me, it may be as good as finishing the 3000 th. I guess 3000 and 6000 are polished rather than wiping off rather than water. I feel it. It may be better to attach it to the electric thunder. Manual work is tough. There was hardly any change on the polished surface before and after use, slightly warped when dried, but the abrasive did not peel off. For a person who polishes a lot, it may be beneficial both in terms of cost and efficiency. I am satisfied to use what I care about until I feel good.
It also has durability and is useful because its price is low. However, how to shave is too complicated? It seems like it's a problem with usage. I think that it will be better if Patton on the surface of the seat changes a bit more.
I used it for restoration gloss restoration of artificial marble top board. Durability was not remarkable, and there was also a count where the polished surface was peeled off in one operation. It was disappointing because I was wondering if it will last longer as it was described as a diamond sheet.