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    Another use for a 3M eraser wheel

    Made an interesting discovery today while removing the decals on my SL 900. Using the eraser wheel at a low speed takes out dings and scrapes on the rub rails. I made quite a few of them disappear and now my rails that were completely beat up look somewhat decent. It also restores the color to the rail. You just have to run it very slow, if it starts skipping across the surface of the rail it will leave marks.


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    I ran into something simular myself. I was using my dewalt buffer to polish the hull when I first got my ski and in the areas where the buffing pad hit the rub rails it made them look almost new. So, I just got an old pad out that was no good for paint anymore and slowly polished the entire rail on low speed. Made a huge difference.

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    I also used it to remove the goo left behind after removing the traction mats

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