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    excellent pro job and very much improved visually

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    Oh yes, a definite improvement; nice work.
    It gives it a kind of "I don't have to shout about it, I know I'm good" vibe.

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    ... great photo.
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    That looks like a good, clean job. Definite improvement.

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    Nicely done.
    Certainly a better look.

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    I don't even like bracelets and I love what you did there. Much better.
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Good work. Lines look nice and straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by litlmn View Post
    Good work. Lines look nice and straight.
    I made sure I only swiped in one direction to keep the graining straight. I folded a microfiber and then placed the paper on top as a cushion so I couldn't put too much pressure on the bracelet link with each swipe.

    -- Wayne

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