Gday Brewers. As the title suggests I'm thinking about buffing up me old chard and danged up keggle. I'm going to stick an electric heating element in it in the not so distant future so I'm thinking I might just pretty it up a little since it ain't going to be blackened by the fast burner. The missus thinks it's an eye sore in the current state it's in with over 50 brews down for me that old boiler has a good build up of soot and I think character over the time. Weve had guests over here sitting in the patio ask in reference to my beloved kettle "What is THAT"! With a scrunched up look on their faces. Missus oh that's Ben's brew kettle! Apart from my hurt feelings at their utter insolence at all things brewing it's either buff her up and make it look new again or.... start a new and find me another keg. Option two is my least preferred as 1 I've gotta do all the cutting and adapting and 2 weve got history this keggle and I. A quick search on the interwebs come up with an asortmant of different grade buffing wheels for power drill and pikling paste for hard to clean places. What have you used to bling up your kegs / kettles any hints or tips appreciated cheers!