I bought a SC Studio Design 1.5 from my brother. It was pretty rusty and in bad shape, so I decided that I would fix that by refinishing it myself. I was looking to send it away but I would like to use the putter and didn't want to spend that much money to fix it up.
I soaked it in coke for a night and was surprised by how well it took the finish off (I will not be drinking anymore coke to say the least), then I started to sand away. I noticed that there were some dings/rust on the face of the club and sanded off the milling marks. I am now wanting to mill the marks back on but does anyone know about how deep the original milling was? I do not want to have it deep milled just want it to look original again. I have a friend with a machine shop that is going to do it for me, but I want to be apart of it and he isn't much into golf.
Any suggestions will be a great help!
Also, for anyone that has sanded down a putter before with a cavity in the back, what is the best way to sand inside there? It seems to be a really tight spot that I just can't seem to get...