StewMac Buffing Wheels

StewMac Buffing Wheels

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StewMac Buffing Wheels 14" Domet, 1" shaft

14" Domet, 1" shaft

Item # 3214
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StewMac Buffing Wheels 14" Canton, 1" shaft

14" Canton, 1" shaft

Item # 3215
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$20.97

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StewMac Buffing Wheels 12" Domet, 3/4" shaft

12" Domet, 3/4" shaft

Item # 3216
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$19.17

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StewMac Buffing Wheels 12" Canton, 3/4" shaft

12" Canton, 3/4" shaft

Item # 3217
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StewMac Buffing Wheels

About This Item

For a professional quality gloss
The best soft cotton wheels for buffing instruments to a mirror finish.

  • Gentle touch for instrument finishing.
  • Fluffy cotton fits into curves and crevices.
  • Pleated airways keep the wheels cool.
  • 16-ply unbleached flannel built on steel core.

Canton cotton is the most-used choice among instrument finishers. Canton flannel wheels fluff out to a wide, soft buffing surface that conforms to any shape. Ideal for all guitar finishes, as well as plastics and metals. (Metal blackens any wheel, so many shops save one wheel for metals only.)

Domet cotton is the very softest available. Use Domet flannel with fine compound to get an extra-high gloss. A versatile buffer setup uses Canton wheels on one side (Medium compound) and Domet on the other (Fine compound).

14"-diameter wheels fit the StewMac Buffing Arbor, with its sturdy 1"-diameter shaft.

12"-diameter wheels fit our old buffing arbor and other buffers with a 3/4"-diameter shaft.

Sold individually.

Important: Install two or more wheels per side to create wide buffs for instrument work. Don't mix different compounds on the same wheel.

These wheels are included with our Guitar Buffer Complete Outfit.


Trade Secrets!

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.

Instructions

Product Instructions

Don't mix buffing compound

An overview of the basics of buffing with compounds.

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You are going to want to run 3-5 of these stacked, and NEVER MIX COMPOUNDS! Two buffers is not bad!

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If you are using a different buffing compound take the old wheels off, and wrap them up in a freezer bag, to avoid cross contamination! CLEAN YOUR RAKE THOROUGHLY, BEFORE RAKING YOUR DOMETS or CANTON WHEELS! You want to avoid cross contamination at all costs! UNPLUG THE MOTOR, take the belt cover off and clean EVERYTHING! These are good wheels at a good price for a 1" arbor wheel. You can save money if you have a 1 1/4 arbor buffer, but those can cost a small fortune. I am running a large $2700 lapidary & metal prep buffer, and the $350+$500 for a motor, Stewmac buffer, so a plastic cover over one buffer allows two compound use, without swapping out wheels, and time wasted cleaning out buffers! Time is money, and two Stwemac buffers will save you time and money! It will also make your work look all that much better, because your buffers should not cross contaminate! .

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excelente

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excelente para el trabajo . muchas gracias aparte de la seriedad de la empresa gracias

5.0

Performed flawlessly

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Be sure to wear a respirator or some type of breathing filter , An exhaust fan is even better , These produce a large amount of lint in the air until broken in , It really helped to create the perfect finish I was looking for

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Great Buffing Wheels

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No complaints with these wheels other than they will cover your shop in fuzz until you break them in.