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Rock hound info

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Hopefully posting this to the right area as I couldn't locate any other spot for it. I was reminded the other day of a "Rock" that really isn't a rock. They call it "Detroit Agate"; It is composed of many layers of auto paint that accumulates after decades of either direct spraying, or even the dripping of paint spray cans onto the floors.  However one may come across a mound of it, as those of us out exploring old sites and abandoned buildings, if your interest is in rock hounding and polishing your finds, then you may enjoy adding this unique "Rock" to your collecting.  I have found some photos and include them here.

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