If you are going to make it easy on yourself and get reliable, quality polishing results then you need to get the right tools.For me the right tools meant a buffing arbor, two 13" buffing wheels and some fine Menzerna buffing compound. Now I am able to get reliable,professional looking finishes for my ukulele builds. I would recommend starting up the buffing wheels for the first time out in the open air against a piece of 2x4 lumber as the fluff that comes off of a new wheel makes it look like a heavy snow storm. All in all I couldn't be happier with my new buffing wheels.
Best buffing I've ever used
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.
I have been using these wheels for quite some time and together with the best compound Menzerna, I produce the best finish on my work.
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
Works well on my shop made buffer.
WOW! Now that's what I call a buffing wheel. Thanks StewMac.
i used to spend a day in wet sanding and buffing my instruments by hand!!!
but now this waste of time is ended thanks to that great wheel! buy it!
I have several of these buffing wheels. I usually double them up to give more buffing area. They enable you to get that showroom shine. They are well constructed and last a long time.
These buffing wheels will produce a mirror finish especially with the Menzerna compounds. I rigged a "Rube Goldberg" buffer and these buffing wheels are First Class!
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