To really set your work apart, it comes down to the details. One detail that will make your finished project pop is a glass-like, mirror polish on your edges. If you need high-volume, you’ll need to invest in grinders, belt sanders and buffing wheels, motors and compounds (we’ll get to that later). If you just want a professional look without an entire workbench dedicated to the endeavor, we’re going to tell you how to get it.
· Dremel (or similar rotary tool) with 120 grit sanding drum head
· Fine rat-tail file set
· Foam Sanding Blocks (120, and 180+ grit)
· Denim/Nylon/Nomex rag
· Elbow Grease (found next to the board stretchers at the hardware store)