Polishing and buffing are types of finishing process undertaken to smoothen up the surfaces of different metals. An abrasive buffing wheel or leather strap is used for polishing purpose. Technically, it refers to processes that make use of abrasives which are glued to the work wheel. Buffing, on the other hand, makes use of loose abrasive applied to the work wheel being used. Buffs refer to rubbing objects that usually made up of metal using a soft, dry cloth to make them shine.
Quality B Mop. The best all round mops for finishing steel and brassware, nickel, silver, copper etc. and for finishing nickel and chrome deposits. they are also available in conveniently stitched sections. It is an ideal general purpose medium hardness mop. It’s used on brass, silver, copper, Aluminium, chrome and plastic.
The staple refers to a fiber type that has a discrete length and can have any composition. Continuous fibers like the natural silk are termed as staple fiber.
Quality wdf mops are super soft open mops for extremely fine finishing of precious metals such as gold, silver, acrylic, very soft metals and plastics.
Quality G mop for polishing silver, plastics and brassware. Used also for coloring of brass, copper, acrylic, and pewter after polishing. Also available in smaller diameters with sewn centers.
Quality wc mops are super soft open mops for extremely fine finishing of precious metals such as gold, silver, very soft metals and plastics.