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ABRASIVES: COMPOUNDS, PASTES, POLISH, WAXES BERGEON COMPOUNDS Bergeon Crystal Kleer


Crystal Clear - Watch Glass Polishing - Bergeon


The world-famous polishing compound for restoring plastic watch glasses. Due to the special formula, removes scratches and brings back the original sparkling finish, making the acrylic / plastic watch glass look like new.


Bergeon 2838 • Swiss Made • 140gm


Vonax - Plastics Polishing Compound - Cannings Code P1408 Description Crystal Kleer, Bergeon


UOM Price £18.50


140G Price breaks available, see website


CANNINGS FAMILY OF COMPOUNDS


• Stage 1: Course Cutting • Stage 2: Semi Finishing • Stage 3: Final Finishing • Stage 4: Super Final Finishing


Course Cut, Cannings Carbrax & Steelcut


Semi Finishing - Cannings - 1st Stage Buffing


High quality polishing compositions for non-ferrous metals also Hyfin for steel & stainless steel.The most popular starting polishing compound in the polishing industry, world favourites. Very popular for jewellers, silversmiths, watch restores, clock repairs, light engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts. Very popular for polishing and refurbishing branded or none stainless steel watch bracelets, Rolex, Omega, Tag etc.


• Gets scratches off and cleans up your metal excellent • 1st stage buffing compound • Ideal for stainless steel, gold, sliver, brass, copper, pewter and bronze


• Weight approx 800g to 850g


Tripoli (P1410): • Very clean, gives good cut and colour • General Purpose Polishing Compound


Hyfin (P1394) • Most efficient cut and colour bar because of its unique abrasive qualities


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Code


P1410 P1394


Description


Tripoli Compound Hyfin Compound


UOM Price EACH


EACH Price breaks available, see website Course Cutting - Cannings - Fast Cutting Compounds


High quality fast cutting composition for non-ferrous metals also for steel & stainless steel. Most popular starting polishing compound in the polishing industry, world favourites. Very popular for engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts. Very good to do large batch loads of work with economical spending.


• Gets deep scratches off and cleans up your metal • Excellent compound for removal of deep pit hols • Ideal for stainless steel, copper, brass gilding metals and aluminium


• Can be used on platinum, chrome and palladium but remember this compound is aggressive on metals


• Weight approx 800g to 900g


Carbrax (P1392): • This compound is bonded with grease hence it holds together well on the mop and doesn’t omit as much dust as Steelcut (P1393)


• Medium Greasy • Greasier and coarser than Steelcut


Steelcut (P1393): • Slightly greasy, good on very hard metals • Greasier and coarser than P1392


Final Finishing - Cannings - Mirror Finish


Steelbrite Final Finish Compound polishing compound, used after Hyfin Semi Finishing Compound (P1394). Most popular final finishing polishing compounds in the polishing industry, world favourite. Very popular for jewellers, silversmiths, light engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts.


• Produces mirror quality, oily finish • For gold and silver, platinium, stainless steel, copper, brass, gilding metals and aluminium


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


• Weight 800g to 850g Styeelbrite (P1390)


www.COUSINS .COM 1223 Final Finish, Cannings Steelbrite


£3.00 £5.50


Vonax plastics polishing compound, most popular plastic polishing compounds in the polishing industry, world favourite. Very popular for jewellers, silversmiths, light engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts.


• Produces high gloss on most plastics primarily for polyester and nitro-cellulose lacquers


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


• Cannings Vonax


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Code P1395 Description Vonax Compound


UOM Price 750G


Price breaks available, see website Super Finish, Cannings AA & Radio £4.10


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Code


P1392 P1393


Description


Carbrax (Coarse Cutting) Steelcut (Coarse Cutting)


UOM Price EACH


EACH Price breaks available, see website P1390


Semi Finish, Cannings Hyfin & Tripoli


Steelbrite Compound


£5.25 £5.95


• Excellent for stainless steel, less greasier • Blue compound used for mirror finishing • Stainless steel and a range of non-ferrous metals


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Code Description


UOM Price EACH


Price breaks available, see website Final Finish, Cannings Vonax £5.95


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Super Final Finish - Cannings - High Mirror Finish


Super Final Finish polishing compounds, most popular final finishing polishing compounds in the polishing industry, world favourites. Very popular for jewellers, silversmiths, light engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts.


AA Rouge (P1397): • High quality mirror • Dry finish on gold and silver • Weight 400g to 450g approx


Radio Rouge (P1396): • High quality mirror • Very oily finish on gold and silver • Known as a cleaner working rouge • When used, it holds on to the mop well with less debris coming off of the mop surface • Weight 350g to 400g approx


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