Not a problem at all. I'm glad to help and congratulations on getting them all apart. I recommend you hand sand the handles. The sandpaper needed will be listed in the other thread. The next hurdle you're going to run into will be finding the higher grit sandpaper you'll need. Check the automotive section at Wal Mart as well as your local auto parts stores. If you have a body shop supply store by you they will have all of the higher grits as well. If you can't get what you need there's always the internet. The really high grits are what give it a deeper mirror polish so the higher you go the better it'll look after you polish it. The Mother's Aluminum polish is what turns it into a mirror. When sanding do spend most of your time on the lower grits. If you spend more time in the lower grits you'll take about an hour or so to sand it, if not you're looking at twice as long. I did one in 50 minutes that was in great shape and another that was in bad shape (my first one) took three hours. As you're sanding you'll notice some imperfections that are from air bubbles in the mold when it was made. These will look like black spots in your finished handle if you don't get them all sanded out. You'll have to spend some time on these. I use a magnify glass or a jeweler's loupe to make sure I have them completely removed. I've done brushes with very few and others that had a ton of these. Good luck and have fun with it.