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Title:How to Get a Great Shine from a National Geographic Tumbler

If you've struggled to get shiny rocks from a National Geographic tumbler, this video is for you. Throw out the directions that came with the tumbler, I didn't have any luck with those either. If you missed my review of this tumbler, check it out here: How I Dispose of Rock Tumbler Slurry: – NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Professional Rock Tumbler Kit – If you decide to buy this tumbler, please use this link. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. It doesn't cost you extra. – INSTAGRAM – – MERCH – – KINGSLEY NORTH – Kingsley North is a lapidary store in Michigan's U.P. They make a great cab machine and sell many other brands too. They have a huge selection rough rock, tumblers, grit, jewelry supplies etc. at good prices. I buy most of my coarse grit from here in 45 lb. bags. It's the best price I have found. If you buy using the following link, I make a small commission. This is the cabbing machine I use: – THE ROCK SHED – I buy a lot of lapidary supplies from The Rock Shed. I don't make money from your purchases there, but they have good prices and good service. This is where I buy my finer grits and polish. – AMAZON STOREFRONT – I also have an Amazon storefront. This is where you can find other products you may have seen in my videos. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. It doesn't cost you extra. – SUBSCRIBE – On Michigan Rocks you can join me on relaxing rock hunts in picturesque Michigan. I'll also show you how to polish rocks and teach you other lapidary techniques. New videos are posted every Friday and some Tuesdays. Subscribe now so you don't miss any upcoming videos!


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