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Does anybody know places from which micromesh can be bought for reasonable price? I have searched online in the usual locations but it is either not available or it is being sold for ludicrous prices.

 

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You can check hardware stores for it.

 

Or can ask Indian pen-sellers too if they have any. Lotus pens used to give them for free with their pens a few years ago for smoothening out the nibs.

 

Nisha Singhi from Vazir fountain pens used to sell them in different grit sizes. She can perhaps even guide you in using them. You can whatsapp her on 9820765530.

 

 

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On 12/26/2021 at 12:05 AM, HartGummi said:

Does anybody know places from which micromesh can be bought for reasonable price? I have searched online in the usual locations but it is either not available or it is being sold for ludicrous prices.

 

@K Singh

 

 

Pl look for 5000, 7000 grit sandpaper on Amazon. in

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Renowned nibmeister Mr. Yusuf Mansoor has said in multiple occasions (2 that I've seen on youtube), that he uses 2500 grit sandpaper to start and then polish it off with 7000 grit sandpaper. I have a set of 2000 to 10000 grit sandpaper that I payed way too much than I admit I have and I normally use the 7000, 8000 and 10000 grits for things like polishing, removing baby's bottom etc. 

I've seen an amazon listing that is selling a set of 4 sandpapers of grits 3000, 5000, 7000 and 10000 for around 750-900 rupees. I guess that may be worth a shot. It's a 9 inch x 11 inch sheet so it'll last you for a long time.

 

Here's the listing that I found:

https://www.amazon.in/Performance-Silicon-Carbide-Abrasive-10000-4nos/dp/B09GP3P7BJ/ref=sr_1_17?keywords=7000+grit+sand+paper&qid=1640761248&sprefix=7000+gr%2Caps%2C246&sr=8-17

 

Though it may be cheaper if you try to source them locally.

 

Admittedly, for a less expensive option, try using those 4 step or 6 step nail buffers that you get for under 300 rupees like this one as they also use a kind of abrasive paper similar to micromesh or sandpaper

https://www.amazon.in/Catwings-Sided-Buffers-Manicure-Colours/dp/B08NLCX69G/ref=sr_1_5?crid=2DBINMPXWQOV6&keywords=nail+buffer&qid=1640761705&sprefix=nail+buff%2Caps%2C374&sr=8-5

If you wish to contact me you can via

Mail: aravindap@protonmail.com

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