How to Polish using mops compounds and a polisher grinder

How to Polish using mops compounds and a polisher grinder

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How to Polish using mops compounds and a polisher grinder

How to polish all metals with a mop compound and a bench machine Polishing all metals with a mop compound and bench machine is an effective way to bring the shine back to your metal surfaces. By using this technique, you can restore luster, remove oxidation, and polish away scratches. This process requires some basic supplies and tools, so be sure to have them ready before starting. Metal polishing is an important part of restoring old or damaged objects. It can make dull or worn surfaces look like new again. In order to polishing metals with a mop compound and bench machine, you will need the following supplies: mop compound bench machine metal polish padding shop cloth rag To polish metals with a mop compound and bench machine, you will need to follow these steps: Locate the area you wish to polish. Make sure the surface is clean and free of dirt and grease. Apply the mop compound to the area. Work the compound into the surface with a cloth. Put the metal polish on the cloth and polish the area until it is smooth. To prevent streaking, use a rag to clean off the metal polish after you polish the area. Once the area is polished, apply a layer of padding to protect the surface. Repeat the process until the surface is smooth. To get the best results when polishing metals with a mop compound and bench machine, follow these tips: Use a moderate amount of metal polish. Too much polish will cause the metal to become shiny and slippery. Work the polish into the surface with a cloth. Do not use too much pressure when polishing. Be sure to clean the metal polish off the surface after you finish polishing. This will prevent streaking. Use a shop cloth to buff the metal polish to a high shine. Polish the surface until it is smooth. Polishing metals with a mop compound and bench machine can be a time-consuming process, but it can result in a beautiful and shiny finish. Make sure to follow these tips to get the best results.

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on my website 

You may need a 150mm or 200mm wheel 

compound depends on the metals green and blue give different finishes blue is finer than green.

Hyfin stainless steel 

Salmon Final finish 

Lustre or brown in colour is for brass and aluminium non ferrous metals 

bench grinder 


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