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'"Fixing" black denim

I remember reading somewhere a while back that someone and sanded or wet sanded black denim to either remove or minimize a scratch or a shiny spot. I know denim cannot be fixed or buffed but common sense would dictate that it should work to an extent. I'd like to hear from someone who has tried this, need to know wet or dry & what grit.


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