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Re: REFLECTOR: Nice tool
> From: David Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: REFLECTOR: Nice tool
> Date: Sunday, May 09, 1999 2:28 PM
> In many areas of construction you are required to remove small wedges of
> foam along the edges for microglass insertion prior to covering with
> One great tool that I have used for some time is the abrasive rods that
> made for use in hacksaws. They are around 1/8" in diameter and are about
> abrasive as 36 grit.
> They are for sale at almost any hardware store.
> Cut the rod into pieces about 5" long. At one end bend the rod end up a
> little to make your piece look like a ski.
> Take your tool and "ski down the edges". Watch that sucker remove foam
> clean the glass!
> Does a great job.
> Dave Brown
I used this idea today and found to be the best I have used for this
application. The only improvement I made was to fit a simple wooden handle,
much less tiring for the fingers
James K. Glindemann