Item # 32029 BRAND: Eastwood

Buff Compound Set 6 Different Compounds

Includes emery, stainless, Tripoli,
plastic, jeweler's and white rouge
Includes emery, stainless, Tripoli,
plastic, jeweler's and white rouge
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Includes emery, stainless, Tripoli,
plastic, jeweler's and white rouge
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Buff Compound Set 6 Different Compounds

Description

Prepare yourself for any stage of automotive finishing work by keeping an Eastwood buff compound set in your toolbox. From polishing aluminum engine parts to restoring a brilliant shine to stainless steel, these compounds yield superior results. More is not always better when it comes to restoring luster. These buffing compounds contain less filler and more abrasive than other compounds on the market, so they cut faster. Each compound is made from the highest-quality binders and abrasive materials available and packed in a resealable plastic package that is clearly labeled for easy identification.

Our complete buffing compound kit contains one brick each of six different abrasive compounds:

Emery(32030) – For fast cutting on iron, steel and other hard metals to remove scratches, rust, corrosion burrs etc. Use with Sisal wheels. Do Not use on gold or silver. (Dark Gray 13 oz brick)

Stainless(32031) – For buffing stainless and other steels, chromium, nickel plate and some harder plastics. Use with Spiral or Ventilated buffs. Do Not use on gold or silver. (Light Gray 12 oz brick)

Tripoli(32032) – For buffing all base metals. Use on brass, aluminum, pewter, copper etc. Also plated surfaces. Use with Spiral or Ventilated wheels. Do Not use on gold or silver. (Brown 10 oz brick)

White Rouge(32033) – For final coloring on metal. Produces a brilliant high shine. Removes light scratches. Use with Loose or Canton Flannel buff wheels. (White 12 oz brick)

Jewelers Rouge(32034) – For the highest finish on gold, silver and other precious metals. Use with Canton Flannel or Felt buff wheels for best results. (Red 15 oz brick)

Plastic(32035) – For cut and coloring on hard plastics. Do Not use on soft or low melting point plastics like polyethylene. For cut-down, use Spiral Sewn buff wheel. For final high luster, use Flannel or String buffs. (Blue 13 oz brick)

Emery Buffing Compound Stainless Buffing Compound Tripoli Buffing Compound White Rouge Buffing Compound Jewlers Rouge Buffing Compound Plastic Buffing Compound

For more information on when to use each compound, see our Buffing Wheel and Compound Selection Chart in the Instructions section or visit the Eastwood Garage for a complete guide to the basics of this smoothing for metal and plastic. From step 1 rough buffing on heavily corroded surfaces to light rust removal or step 3 final finishing, there’s a buffing compound in this set that will Do the Job Right.

Contents

The set of six buffing compounds includes one each of Emery, Stainless, Tripoli, Plastic, Jewelers Rouge, and White Rouge compounds.

Accessories

Eastwood 6 Different Polishing Emery Stainless Tripoli Plastic Jewelers And White Rouge Buff Compounds Set

Instructions

Safety Information

Wear appropriate ANSI-approved safety eye protection, ANSI-approved hearing protection, 14" or longer leather gloves, and ANSI-approved respiratory protection.

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Questions & Answers

Are your RPM's a important factor in the buffing prosess ?

Asked by: Darrin
RPM's, are not as important as the pressure that you're putting on the part, as well as if you stay in one spot for a long time, that could cause a burn mark in you Stainless Steel.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2020-06-19

I’m restoring my Dad’s 1980 Chevrolet Bonanza pickup. I would like to learn how to buff out the chrome & all the trim. How do I get started?

Asked by: D K Hopkins
Please contact us at: tech@eastwood.com or by calling 800-343-9353.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-07-10

Can you buff marble tile with any of these ?

Asked by: Bill
We strictly test for automotive use only. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-05-14

Can I use these rouges to hone tools to a razor sharpness? or do I need some other rouge?

Asked by: Steve
The rouges that we offer are for buffing a item to produce a shine. We have not tested our rouges for a sharping purpose.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-06-30

what size are the buffing compound blocks

Asked by: Rod M
The size of brick for each compound is listed right in the "Details" section on this page.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-06-30

When will you have this back in stock

Asked by: Ryan
This item is currently expected to be back in stock around 11/27. Please keep in mind this is a expected due in date and subject to change. You can also access this information on our website by adding the item in reference into your cart. The expected due in date will be listed in red.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-06-30
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