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    Interesting review of "glass files". Gonna have to add these to my "To Buy" list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Rowan View Post
    Interesting review of "glass files".
    Definitely interesting. I am a hands on experimenter and would need to try.
    However, if I am using a file, it tends to be a fine jewelers metal files. Especially for the small spaces we need to get into.
    If I am fine sanding, it is often something I would like to have a flexible, foam or paper/plastic product.
    I am slow to new "technology" but these seem a bit big and solid. I will likely look for one a give it a try.

    Thanks for sharing. You never know. This could turn out to be a game changer.
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    I looked for these at the dollar store , but they were sold out , will have to order some online to try out.
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