Wheel Smoothing And Buffing Kit
- 8 buffs
- 5 compounds
- Accessories and instructions
About Wheel Smoothing And Buffing Kit
Each kit provides the materials and detailed instructions needed to refinish four wheels, or more — at roughly the cost of having just one wheel professionally refinished! 1-year hassle-free warranty.
4 Spiral Buffs (4")
3 Tapered Goblet Buffs
4" Loose Section Buff
2 Buff Tapers for 1/4" Chucks
2 Shank Mandrels (1/4")
3-lb. Tube of 80-Grit Greaseless Compound
3-lb. Tube of 220-Grit Greaseless Compound
3-lb. Tube of 320-Grit Greaseless Compound
13-oz. Tube of Tripoli Compound
14-oz. Tube of White Rouge Compound
Our customers have found that by first using the following 6" buff wheels before preceding to the 4" wheel included in this kit, the job goes much faster.
13034 Spiral-Sewn Buff Wheel (6")
13043 Loose Buff Wheel (6")
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Vague instructions, incomplete kit.
(Posted on 7/19/13)
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"Each kit provides the materials and detailed instructions needed to refinish four wheels, or more — at roughly the cost of having just one wheel professionally refinished! 1-year hassle-free warranty."
Then I read the instructions after getting the kit...
". Also use our new Facer Buffs (1”, 2”, 3” diameter; #13171, 13172,
13173) and Mushroom Buff (3” diameter, #13174) to reach very deep recesses and narrow edges.
These buffs are “treated” cotton and cut faster than felt bobs when used with Tripoli and Stainless
compound. They will also quickly smooth the Greaseless Compound marks. Check our catalog or
website for more information.
If we are going to need this to finish the job, then include it in the kit. The instructions do not tell you any tips about how do you know when you need more compound, or what is the best rpm to use for each compound. A few little details would have made a big difference for me as a first time user. Actually a detailed video of someone polishing a deep dish wheel with the supplied products and using a drill would be great. I am not very happy about having to place a second order to get the things not included in said kit to REALLY finish my wheels.