I have a very old enamel bath has has been "re-dressed" once at the cost of
the local authority, problem is a year down the line and its looking jaded
Parts of the enamel feel rough to the touch and concequently those areas get
water marks and stains that i cannot remove with cream cleaner.
When it was "re-dressed" the chap used what looked like wet and dry on a
polishing wheel to cut it back and polish it.
Question is can i do this proceedure my self or do you need a special
"cutting compound", if not any pointers on how to tackle this myself.
PS: Dont really want to use one of the paint on products if i can help
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