first, a little heat, and a glove with some grip

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because on top, is a dab of glue

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ok, replacement on. neat

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mm, hefty

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ok, taped up the leather, so this is a “before” pic

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some very deep pitting, note the one under the 5

this is after 180 grit

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then 400

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then cleaned out 11 years of human hand shmoo surprise, the numbers/letter were always red

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i think with this trial run thats all I’ll do, leave it brushed at 400 grit With the better condition one I’ll go full polish this one still has some pits (under the 5 etc)

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and nothing I can do about missing leather, but I did clean and treat the leather

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