Buffing & Polishing
Buffing and polishing equipment imparts a beautiful sheen to your work piece. A high polish also covers over some imperfections and protects the final product.
You get the best results when you use buffing and polishing pads after you first apply coarser finishing products, such as wire wheels, for metal or grinding wheels for concrete and similar materials. Depending on how rough your surface is to begin with, start with a very coarse, coarse or medium sanding wheel or disc, and gradually move on to finer grits. Buffing and polishing wheels don't have the capability to remove anything from a workpiece, and running them over a rough surface would simply wear them down.
These accessories work with all sorts of tools. Buffing and polishing wheels fit your stationary or handheld grinders. You can find buffers for orbital sanders or detail sanders to get at the tricky spots. Make sure the equipment you buy is compatible with your tools. You can just apply these wheels to many surfaces, but for certain buffing and polishing jobs, such as automotive exteriors, you'll need to pick up a good polishing compound. Use it together with the buffer to protect your shine for months or years to come. Different materials, such as stone or metal, have different porosity and require specific compounds or sealants to ensure the best results.
Buffing and polishing supplies give your project the final touch that truly makes it stand out. They're simple to learn to use if you're already familiar with other polishing accessories. Take the time to check out our full selection of buffing and polishing pads to determine which one is best for your project, grab it today and get outstanding results for all your future projects.
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