Good evening, I recently purchased a used Bach Omega (a silver one from the 90's), and I absolutely love it. It plays very similar to a Strad (in my opinion). Anyhow, I decided to really clean out the trumpet as it was quite dirty. I took everything apart, snaked it in warm water and polished it. However, like an idiot, i used the wrong type of brush when cleaning inside the valves. The brush was a small 3" brush with plastic bristles, but the end of the brush (which was metal) was mildly sharp. Anyhow, everything went without a hitch, but upon inspecting the small holes inside my second valve, I noticed that the brush created one small scratch inside the bottom most hole and one small scratch in the hole above that. The scratches are about two tenths of an inch in length, and are relatively shallow. There were no other scratches in the other valves or in any other holes in the the valves or in the valve casings. Am I doomed? The trumpet still plays and sounds the same, but I am really paranoid that this will somehow affect the sound of the Trumpet. Thoughts?