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Complete Beginner's Guide To Graded Cards
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RE: Complete Beginner's Guide To Graded Cards
I found my wife's grid type thing she uses for scrapbooking, and it makes inspecting the centering super easy and fast.

I would suggest blasting the cards with a can of compressed air if you have one handy, there's always one by my computer. Getting as much dust off before wiping will help, especially with foil or chrome cards.
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RE: Complete Beginner's Guide To Graded Cards
Congrats you made it into the guide. Tongue

(03-27-2013, 03:51 PM)mrgonzodad Wrote: I found my wife's grid type thing she uses for scrapbooking, and it makes inspecting the centering super easy and fast.

I would suggest blasting the cards with a can of compressed air if you have one handy, there's always one by my computer. Getting as much dust off before wiping will help, especially with foil or chrome cards.
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RE: Complete Beginner's Guide To Graded Cards
That's good stuff man
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This thread popped in my facebook news feed posted by COMC.
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Yup this guide is the top post on COMC's facebook page. Nice.
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popped on my facebook feed from beckett.
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Bump due to a new question...hope it helps you new folks that have came along.
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(01-16-2013, 11:15 AM)englandhousehold Wrote: (I would suggest blasting the cards with a can of compressed air if you have one handy, there's always one by my computer. Getting as much dust off before wiping will help, especially with foil or chrome cards. - per mrgonzodad)
This just made me sick to my stomach with the possible outcome would be if by some chance liquid came out (which with shaken cans or cans tilted slightly sometimes do....)

I would go to harbor freight and get a hobby compressor for like 30$ and get a push button attachment and put a piece of nylon over the hole to stop dust and debris.

its also cheaper in the long run and you can use it for a lot more

just my 3 cents

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bumping this up for members who are new and wanting to get cards graded..
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RE: Complete Beginner's Guide To Graded Cards
Very, very clear. Thank you!
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