Thread: [Help] Artificial Wear
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Old 09-23-2019, 12:37 PM
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I always found the best way to do this is simply to hold the disc in my hand and flex the rim up and down while rotating the disc while watching TV or something. It's a slow process, but I just do it for a bit each night, throw it the next time I am out and test the stability.

No chunking of the rim, no sanding. Just slowly mimic the process of the disc impacting something.

I don't really do this anymore, but I found it to be the most linear, easy to control way to do this.
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