Buffing Wheels

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Buffing wheel, 12"-dia. for 3/4"-dia. shaft

Item # 3161
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Buffing wheel, 14"-dia. for 1"-dia. shaft

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Buffing Wheels

Scratch-free high gloss finishing! The right buffing wheels for scratch-free guitar finishing on a buffing arbor.

The 16-ply canton-weave cotton material has soft nap on one side, and coarse weave on the other side for proper rigidity.

12"-diameter wheel fits our older Buffing Arbor System, and other arbors with 3/4"-diameter shaft.

14"-diameter wheel fits 1"-diameter arbor shafts, including our Guitar Buffing Arbor.

Important: Install two or more wheels per side when setting up a buffing arbor, and don't mix different Menzerna Compounds on the same wheels.


Trade Secrets!

Give your buffer a haircut, and store it on the wall

This week's issue is about instrument finishing: a good tip about setting up new buffing wheels, and an idea to save space in your workshop.

Product Instructions

Don't mix buffing compound

An overview of the basics of buffing with compounds.

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Best buffing I've ever used

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I had worked like three days hand buffing trying to get the quality finish that i wanted. then i received my buffs and within 30 minutes i had a glass like finish.

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i love these. they last and last and last. try to avoid buffer metal hardware and frets with these because it will turn your wheel black. i bought a separate wheel for doing just that. if you do get these dirty, no problem just throw them in the washing machine and they come out clean. no need to dry them just put them back on the buffing machine and let the spinning dry them. just watch out for the flying water! lol

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