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Jackson Lea Polishing Compound (Cut & Gloss)

Introduction to buffing-Generally, buffing can be divided into four classifications: # 1 Satin Finishing-for producing satin, brushed finsh. # 2 Cut-Down Buffing-for producing a preliminary smoothness. # 3 Cut and Color Buffing-for producing smoothness and some luster. # 4 Color Buffing-for the production of a high gloss or mirror finish. #'s 1, 2, 3, or 4 will appear next to each compound#. Use Introduction to buffing as a guide for your needs.

  • 2B-111 # 3

    Cut and color for zinc, aluminum and non ferrous metals. Bar weighs approx. 2 1/2 lbs. Sold by the bar. See # 3 in Introduction to Buffing under compounds.

  • 339E # 4

    Mirror no line finish on silver, pewter, epoxy, and plastics. See # 4 in Introduction to Buffing under compounds. Bar weighs approx. 3 lbs. Sold by the bar.

  • 6B-72 # 4

    Ultra mirror finish on silver. Use for color on epoxy, plastics and non ferrous metals-Great to produce color on steel, zinc, aluminum and chrome plate. Also great for polishing automotive wheels. See # 4 in Introduction to...

  • 6B97 # 2

    Heavy cut for steel and ferrous metals that contain iron. See # 2 under Introduction to Buffing in compounds. Bar weighs approx. 2 1/2 lbs. each. Sold by the bar.

  • 9B-36 # 2

    Bobbing compound for brush or lap work-For use on silver and silverplate. Conditions metals by removing any pits. Also cut down for epoxy and plastics. See # 2 in Introduction to buffing under compounds. Bar weighs approx. 3...

  • 9B-40 # 3

    Cut and color for plastics-(minimize pressure to prevent burning or melting. See # 3 in Introduction to Buffing under compounds. Bar weighs approx. 2 1/2 lbs. each. Sold by the bar.

  • C2969 # 4

    Use for color on stainless steel and zinc. See # 4 in Introduction to Buffing under compounds. Bar weighs approx. 3 lbs. Sold by the bar.

  • ET-31A # 2

    Cut down Tripoli-For non ferrous metals, including nickel. Also may be used for cut and color on zinc. See # 2 in Introduction to Buffing under compounds.