Stripping filigree - use gun cleaning brushes

Those little brass brushes can really get into the nooks and crannies - they go down to .17 caliber. Perfect for getting into tight corners of wrought and cast iron filigree.
JP
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And especially quick if you put the into a drill.
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On May 24, 2:40 pm, "Jack Ruby Tuesday the Fourth Esq."

That's quick, but it flattens out the bristles in no time flat. I just do it by hand, cleaning off the brush with an air gun when it gets loaded. Slow, but effective.
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