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Our Stitched Buffing Wheels are meticulously designed to provide more compact and closely bound buffing fibers, resulting in a tighter construction as compared to the regular Airway Buffs. This unique stitching method ensures extended durability and heightened stiffness for your buffing wheel, allowing for a more intense and precise polishing experience.
Colors for Specific Metal Types:
Edge Buffing: Shine metal to perfection using the edge of the buffing wheel. This technique, known as edge buffing, is particularly effective when paired with an angle grinder, the right buffing wheel, and a suitable compound.
Recommended Buffing Wheel Size:
Compound and Buff Wheel Matching:
Polishing Wheel Edges: For those tough spots on aluminum and stainless steel wheels, use a smaller Spiral-Stitched Buffing Wheel alongside the correct metal polishing compound as detailed above.
Pro Tip: Keep your buffing wheels efficient and in top shape by regularly raking them.
Buffing Wheel Rake Usage: While the buffing wheel rotates at its operational speed, secure the rake and either hold it against a stationary bench grinder or lathe. If using a grinder, anchor the rake with your feet and approach with the grinder cautiously.
Why Rake? Over time, buffing compound accumulates on the wheel, hardening and occasionally burning. This buildup reduces wheel efficiency and makes for a rougher polish. When you see a drop in metal dust while buffing, it's time to rake and reapply your polishing compound.
Best Machines for These Buffing Wheels:
Recommended Speeds for Buffing Stages: