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  1. #1
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    Default Ebony --how to avoid grooves when polishing

    Hi --
    just lost my post on African ebony ----and my elaborate question --

    how to I find it ?

    how does one attach fotos ? I tried --gave up ---does not work !

    Acacia ----( I was a member years ago -----now not so welcome ---ok its your forum -your new set of
    mind boggling rules ---best to start again --missed something ----will contact admin

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    An easy way to find your recent posts is to click on your own name and there is an option to view your latest posts. However, this seems to be the first one you have submitted so I guess your original post must have been drafted but didnít actualy get submitted for whatever reason. The only other post you have listed is in response to a query about supplying ebony but that one has a later date/time stamp than this one.

    Anyway, welcome back to the forum!
    A thief stole my anti-depressants. I hope heís happy now.

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    Welcome back.

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    New members posts have to be approved by a mod until you prove you are not a spammer, hacker or whatever. I think you have to have 5 posts before you no longer need approval.
    The same with attaching photos for new members.Too many low lives out there to just let anyone post whatever they want.
    Those were the droids I was looking for.
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    Welcome to the forum.

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    Thankyou Keith-----appreciate the welcome ----good to be back ---great forum !Can someone experienced with polishing combretum /MPINGA / OR ebony ----give me a tip on how to avoid those unsightly grooves /tiny ridges/cylindrical scratch marks on original ebony (see the goblet foto I finally managed to attach ---it has nasty grooves that NOTHING will remove --tungsten tips 'fine carborundum paper --even diamond tips --will not get rid of these ugly "rings " ----tried everything I learned in 20 years ---no luck ACACIA2
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACACIA2 View Post
    Acacia ----( I was a member years ago -----now not so welcome ---ok its your forum -your new set of
    mind boggling rules ---best to start again --missed something ----will contact admin
    Your old posts are still here. You just need to get your login details reset by a moderator if you have forgotten them. No need to create a new id.
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    Welcome back to the forum

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    Welcome back!

    No clue on the ebony, sorry

    Regards Adam

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