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Here is a list of some tools I have discovered that make maintaining my mouthpieces so much easier. DISCLAIMER: I am not responsible for any damage you may cause using any of these tools on a mouthpiece.

1. This Thing http://www.micromark.com/Cordless-Sander-and-Filer-Set,7652.html
2. Flex Pads
3. Micro-Mesh (for that glassy finish)

I own the last two and a friend owns the first. I may just buy one. It requires steady hands.
 

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Here is a list of some tools I have discovered that make maintaining my mouthpieces so much easier. DISCLAIMER: I am not responsible for any damage you may cause using any of these tools on a mouthpiece.

1. This Thing http://www.micromark.com/Cordless-Sander-and-Filer-Set,7652.html
2. Flex Pads
3. Micro-Mesh (for that glassy finish)

I own the last two and a friend owns the first. I may just buy one. It requires steady hands.
I wish you good luck - Although I am an Engineer, and know about finish and tolerances, I would not attempt to practice "amateur Brain surgery!".

I prefer to leave MP mods to experts myself - too much to lose!

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I never practice on anything that I would mind losing. Usually just a cheap Yamaha 4C and at best my modern Brilhart Ebolin. That one turned out well.
 
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