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Old 11 June 2012, 17:08   #11
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It will if you file it with a carbon steel file
Yep, it's the same deal as not cleaning a stainless prop with a wire brush.
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Old 11 June 2012, 17:10   #12
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A flapper disc on a 4.5" angle grinder is pretty good for cleaning up stainless.
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It will if you file it with a carbon steel file
you contaminate the stainless with carbon and it will bleed you can pickle the area after and polish after .

cobolt burrs work ok with no contamination
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At work where we build and work with stainless steel we use files all the time and have no problem. The secret is just to use them for stainless and nothing else. The contamination comes from a file that has been used to file ferrous steels or cast iron.

I'm sure you'll be fine using a small round file to deburr some holes, it's definatly the cheapest option next to grommets.
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Anything you use that will roughen the surface will make it prone to staining unless its polished up after.

These polishing flap discs from Dronco are very good where they have access.

They come in coarse, medium and fine. The coarse will take a bit of material off, normal flap disc first if you need more off. The fine will get you a reasonable finish, not polished but close.
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It's a bloody piss take when the purchaser has to do all this. Why don't they finish the job properly It's like buying a fookin LR
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