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ABRASIVES: COnES, MOPS & WHEELS


2nd Stage - Calico, Open Stitch (Regular)


2nd Stage - Denim/Cotton (Regular) 2nd Stage - Riva (Dolly)


Cousins UK - UK Made - Riva (G Quality) Dolly Mop


For cleaning & removing medium scratch marks - 2nd Stage


Cousins UK - UK Made - For cutting & removing scratch marks - 2nd stage


Cousins UK - Made in U.S.A. - For cutting & removing scratch marks - 2nd stage


The Calico stitched mops has very good wear and last longer when in use. Very good to do large batch loads of work with economical spending. Used with the right bar of compounds you can get a high standard semi bright finish. Very popular in the U.S.A.


• Mill treated, hard 100% pure cotton, similar to ‘F’ quality


• Enhances cut without loss of head retention • Stitched with shellac and leather centre • Popular fast cutting starting mop • A hard grade of stitch fold mop • Also known in the trade as a stitch flap mop • When you use this stitched mop holds its shape very well


• An ideal mop to level your metal such as scratches, pit holes, file and casting flash marks


• Made in the U.S.A.


Size: • Material thickness 0.32mm (per fold) • Centre bore size 4mm • 2 stitches per 1”


Code


P38458 P9571A P38459 P38460 P38461 P9571B P38462 P38463 P38467 P38464 P38465 P9571C P38466


Description


3” x 30 Fold Calico 4” x 40 Fold Calico 4” x 50 Fold Calico 4” x 60 Fold Calico 5” x 30 Fold Calico 5” x 40 Fold Calico 5” x 50 Fold Calico 5” x 60 Fold Calico


6” x 12 Calico, Knife Edge 6” x 30 Fold Calico 6” x 40 Fold Calico 6” x 50 Fold Callico 6” x 60 Fold Calico


UOM Price EACH


EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website


£1.30 £2.50 £2.65 £2.95 £2.15 £2.50 £3.25 £3.75 £1.95 £2.35 £2.65 £3.75 £4.50


Multipurpose cutting mops for a wide-range of first stage polishing to get the satisfactory semi-bright finish. They are used on metals such as copper, brass, pewter, bronze, and steel. If you would like to see what sort of finish coloured mops do look at your domestic every day items such as door handles fire places, old car bumpers and fixtures.


• Coloured mops are made from 100% recycled material


• They consist of denim and cotton compressed and put together by fine stitching


• In the image you will notice that the coloured mops have a flower pattern


• It might have been someone’s curtain in a previous life; making it our greenest mop


• They have been used for generations in the polishing trade


• These mops have been primed and have leathers centres


• No staples have been used when manufacturing these mops, which makes them very robust


• The coloured mops have very good wear and last longer


• They are ideal for doing large batch loads of work with economical spending


• Used with the right bar of compounds you can get a high standard semi bright finish


• Stitch mops are flexible so you can push up against the piece to get into awkward areas


• The mop you will find will keep its shape well because of the close stitching


• Manufactured in Great Britain


Sizes: • Bore 9mm Material • Material thickness 0.30mm to 0.40mm • Coloured layers 25 to 35 per 1” approx • Very Close = 8 stitches per 1” inch • Close = Six stitches per 1” inch • Open = Two stitches per 1” inch


Dimension: outside Ø x Width (12 mm per section). Code


Description


P3636A P3636F


P3636G P3635B


P3635E P3634A P3634B P3634J


Very Close 4” x ½” Coloured Stitch EACH Very Close 6” x 1” Coloured Stitch


Very Close 6” x 1 ½” Coloured Stitch


Close 4” x 1” Coloured Stitch Close 6” x ½” Coloured Stitch Open 4” x ½” Coloured Stitch Open 4” x 1” Coloured Stitch Open 8” x 1” Coloured Stitch


EACH EACH EACH


EACH EACH EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website UOM Price


£3.05 £5.75


£7.85 £4.70


£3.45 £2.60 £4.10 £6.50


This mop has a fine tight cloth weave • Mill treated, hard 100% pure cotton, similar to ‘g’ quality.


• Enhances cut without loss of head retention • The most Popular starting mop in the polishing industry


• A medium grade of loose fold mop • Two centre rows of stitching around centre strengthens centre


• Also known in the trade as a grease buffing mop • When you use Riva Dolly Mops it holds its shape very well, and you can push up your pieces to get into those awkward areas.


• An ideal mop to level your metal such as scratches, pit holes, file and casting flash marks.


• Most popular with getting inside polishing bangles, and bracelets.


The Riva Dolly Mops has very good wear and last longer when in use.


Very good to do large batch loads of work with economical spending.


Used with the right bar of compounds you can get a high standard semi bright finish.


Size: • Material thickness .24mm (per fold) • Centre bore size 4m


Code


P3572A P3572B P3572C P3572D P3572E P3572F P3572G P3572H


Description Ø1” x ½” Riva


Ø1” x 1” Riva


Ø1 ½” x ½” Riva Ø1 ½” x 1” Riva Ø2” x ½” Riva Ø2” x 1” Riva


Ø2 ½” x ½” Riva Ø2 ½” x 1” Riva


UOM Price EACH


EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website 2nd Stage - Riva (End Mops)


£2.25 £2.30 £2.30 £2.30 £2.55 £3.95 £3.75 £4.85


2nd stage: scratches of metal brighten to mirror finish Riva Bottom End Mop (M5614) This mop has a fine tight cloth weave


1204


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