Dialux® GOLD & SILVER POLISHING & FINISHING COMPOUNDS DIALUX JEWELRY POLISHING COMPOUNDS 4 BARS ASSORTMENT OF ROUGE POLISH GOLD & SILVER 1 BAR OF EACH TYPE OF DIALUX® BRAND RED / BLUE / WHITE / GREEN
DIALUX® Brand polishing compounds originally formulated in France has been a popular polishing compound for over 50 years. The Dialux® polishing compounds are a high grade premium line of compounds specifically formulated for Precious Metals in Jewelry Polishing used by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths. "A-1 TOP QUALITY" the Very Best polshing compounds.
The assortment has 1 Bar of every type of compound formulation that is produced under the Dialux® Brand.
· RED "ROUGE DE PARIS" - Used for Super Finishing yellow color metals, especially Gold. · BLUE "BLEU DE PARIS" - Used for High Shine finish on all Metals, works very well on Platinum · WHITE "BLANC" - Bright Polish on White Metals - Silver · GREEN "VERT" - Used for Polishing Silver & White Color metals . Bar size: 4" x 1" x 1-1/8" - 100mm x 25mm x 30mm . Bar Weight: 120 Grams - 4 Oz.
Our recommendations and suggestions on Buffing to obtain the best results possible:
· Use the right compound for the metal that you are trying to polish · It may be needed to go through 2 or 3 steps, in polishing to get the optimum result you are looking to achieve. · Make sure that the parts that are being polished are smooth and clean, use the appropriate abrasive to remove lines and scratches. · Avoid using different compounds with the same buff, if you have to then make sure to clean and remove any hardened compound residue on the surface edge with a buff rake. · Segregate your buffs for the various metals, Gold, Silver, Brass … try not to use the same buff for all metals. If you have to then make sure buffs are cleaned (dressed) with a buff rake. · A clean buffing wheel edge is important. · Allow the buff and compound to perform the work they were made and formulated for, excessive force or pressure will hurt the process. · Whenever you are working with Platinum never use a buff that was used for another type of metal.
WORK SAFE! Working with rotary motors and wheels can be dangerous if proper safety procedures are not followed. Protect yourself, your fingers and hands, your face and eyes and use respirators. An Apron or Smock is not a bad idea.