Q: I would like to polish the tarnish off of my Dirilyte flatware. I have many pieces for my restaurant and I'm tired of buffing by hand. I was told to use rouge, so I watched a video on how to apply rouge to the buffing pad. Is this the type of buffer that would work this way? If so, would I apply a brown rouge to one buffing pad and a white polishing rouge to the other pad? I have never used an electric buffer, so I welcome any advise you have.
Q: I would like to polish my polymer clay jewelry. Would this polisher work for this?
Q: What is the rpm low range ( low to 10,000)?
Q: Can I use this as a polisher and sander for epoxy jewlery?
Q: I bought the TM-2 Benchtop Polisher and I would like to mount it on my garage wall. To make sure the spindles turn the right way for buffing, I have to mount the buffer upside down on the wall. This puts the anchoring screws at the bottom, which is not ideal anchoring.
Is there a way to make the spindles turn the other way?
Q: would this product be appropriate for epoxy resin?
Q: Can you use cloth buffing pads on it ?
Q: Do you sell cloth pads for this buffer that would work to polish silver jewelry?
Q: It says smaller than a mouse pad..... what are the measurements? Thanks
Q: Would this product be appropriate buffer for?
1) tobacco pipes - wood
2) tobacco pipes - stems