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  1. #11
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    The micro motors and manicure motors are the same thing, just add jewellery and it becomes twice the price, I buy my sodium bisulphate from a pool supplier, for my spa, $7 500g the same thing from a jewellery supply is $28

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    Quote Originally Posted by china View Post
    The micro motors and manicure motors are the same thing, just add jewellery and it becomes twice the price, I buy my sodium bisulphate from a pool supplier, for my spa, $7 500g the same thing from a jewellery supply is $28
    Yes, exactly, once the 'j' word is added the price jumps into the stratosphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheen View Post
    Dennis recommended one of those cheap micro motors for me too and i love it. Though i spent a little bit more on mine than you did. Going to go and investigate the scratch eraser drums you mentioned they sound useful
    Here's an example of bezels that have been burnished down with the scratch eraser drum.

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    And I buy mine from here, not been able to find them anywhere else but I love them - they're not for deep scratches but I love the finish they give.

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