How far should I go to remove pitting on inside skins?
So I stripped the Zolatone, and then scrubbed and scrubbed with 0000 steel wool. I got some Airbrite course grade yesterday and went at it with my 7" 4000rpm polisher.
The panel starts to look shiny and great right away, but there is some pits that go pretty deep. My '61 has the Alclad but I can't remember if it's only on the outside. If it's on the inside too I know I don't want to polish through it. It also would take forever so I would need to re-tool with something more abrasive I think.
Anyway...do I hang with a little bit of a distressed pitted look or try to go deep? In the pic you can see the pitting in the reflection of my florescent shop light.