A Puddingstone with a Story

I think you’re going to love seeing this puddingstone all polished up. You’ll also enjoying hearing its history.

Much of the equipment that I use in this video is in my Amazon storefront:
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Here are the grits of the polishing pads I used:
50/60 Grit Harbor Freight Cup Grinding Wheel
30 grit
50 grit
100 grit
200 grit
400 grit
800 grit
1,500 grit
3,000 grit
6,000 grit
8,000 grit

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– KINGSLEY NORTH –
Kingsley North is a lapidary store in Michigan’s U.P. They make a great cab machine and sell many other brands too. They have a huge selection rough rock, tumblers, grit, jewelry supplies etc. at good prices. I buy most of my coarse grit from here in 45 lb. bags. It’s the best price I have found. If you buy using the following link, I make a small commission.
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This is the cabbing machine I use:
https://kingsleynorth.com/kingsley-north-cabber-6-nova.html?ref=robertabram1&utm_source=tapfiliate

– THE ROCK SHED –
I buy a lot of lapidary supplies from The Rock Shed. I don’t make money from your purchases there, but they have good prices and good service. This is where I buy my finer grits and polish.
http://rockshed.com

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