Bare metal made beautiful

Roubal, Ted
September 2008
Dollhouse Miniatures;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p70
The article shows how to apply polish to miniature kitchen metal fixtures using rotary hand tools and vibratory methods. Miniaturists who ignore tarnish altogether and proceed on without removing surface blemishes lack the awareness of just how beautiful finishes should or could look like. The most common way for beautifying bare metal surfaces involves the application of abrasives of one sort or another.


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