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From album "Tiny Toni", Start to Finish by CorvairJim
Circles and arrows pointing out things to pay attention to: Surface imperfections that need repair and the badge on the decklid that I need to avoid when sanding, to make sure it's still there on the finished model!
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CorvairJim
Dec 4, 2011 at 11:15 pm
A wire wheel on a drill would chew up the plastic, like, PRONTO! When working with polystyrene plastic, sanding by hand is the only way to do the job right, unless you actually need to remove large sections of plastic (Radiusing wheel wells, for instance). In that case, I'd use a cutting wheel on a Dremel Tool.
 
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ChevroletBuick1
Dec 4, 2011 at 10:53 am
have you ever used a wire wheel on a drill?
 

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