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ABRASIVES: COMPOUNDS, TES,POLISH, WAXES


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Description


P1397 P1396


AA Rouge Compound Radio Rouge Compound


UOM Price EACH


EACH Price breaks available, see website


DIALUX FAMILY OF COMPOUNDS


Dialux Rouges


£5.95 £5.75


ASIVES: COMPOUNDS,PASPASTES, POLISH, WAXES


JEWELLERS ROUGE POWDER


Jewellers Rouge Powder


Craftsman Original - Jewellers Rouge Powder - Traditional


• Jewellers Red Rouge Powder is very popular to mirror finish gold and silver. Can be used with a soft, handle, bristle brush, felt buff sticks, leather buff sticks and Selvyts cloths. Simply wet touch with the rouge to impregnate. Apply even pressure and you will see the item return to its mirror finish.


• Very useful for polishing jewellery such as gold rings, chains, bangles and bracelets. Excellent for achieving a mirror finish on large silver items buy hand such as candle sticks, trays, teapots and trophies. Jewellers rouge powder can also be used on mops, like loose fold cloth, cotton and leather, wet the mop so it is damp, apply the rouge powder and polish giving a very traditional craftsman-esque finish.


Dialux Premium Polish - Cutting - Polishing - Final Finish - Rouges


Achieve a high supreme polish finish with the Dialux family of polishing compounds, a tried and tested worldwide favourite used for generations. They provide a lustrous mirror finish. Very popular for the jewellery or watch making quality items such as 18ct white and platinum.


Cutting: • Grey - Platinum & Stainless Steel (fast, coarse cutting, excellent for taking out marks)


• Orange - Hard metals, ferrous metals (formulated to be used for removing and eliminating scratches and marks on metal surfaces prior to the polishing and finishing step).


Polishing: • Blue - Gold & Silver (gets scratches out, cleans the metal and gives a high lustre finish)


• Yellow - Pewter, Tin, Bronze & Plastics (gets scratches out and gives a high semi bright lustre finish)


Final Finish: • Green - Platinum & Stainless Steel (high mirror quality finish)


• Red - Gold & Silver (high mirror quality dry finish) • White - Silver, White Gold & plastics (high mirror quality dry finish, with the added benefit of less red mess)


• Black - Formulated especially for professional goldsmiths and silversmiths. Use as a final polish; recommended for silver.


Bar Sizes: • 100mm x 30mm x 30mm • 110g


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wheels Code


P42097 P1384 P1389 P1386


P45540 P1388 P1385 P1387


Description Black Dialux


Blue Dialux Green Dialux Grey Dialux


Orange Dialux Red Dialux


White Dialux Yellow Dialux


UOM Price EACH


EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website


• Ever had an MOT car failure? Or a light scratch on glass? simply buff out that scratch with jewellers rouge powder. Mix with methylated spirit (C4357), mix the powder in a small container to make a toothpaste texture. Use a Selvyt cloth (P6522) and rub over the scratch in a circular motion, wash of with water and repeat. Please note this process will not buff or polish out deep marks or scratches.


• 100g jar Code


P8984 Description Jewellers Rouge Powder


UOM Price £2.95


100G Price breaks available, see website


LEAROK FAMILY OF COMPOUNDS


Learok - Most Popular


MENZERNA FAMILY OF COMPOUNDS


Menzerna polishing compounds are used by Goldsmiths who demand a low cut with the highest gloss level, as does the top Swiss watch houses & the most luxurious brands in the jewellery industry. With over 100 years of high standards & development these compounds have cutting edge manufacturing technology delivering the finest blended polishing pastes.


Finishing with Menzerna: • Heavy Cut (Stage 1): Fast and effective removal of deep cuts & sanding marks. Produces a brushed, satin finish


• Medium Cut (Stage 2): Pre high gloss finish, eliminates general signs of wear and tear & any pre polishing marks


• Finish (Stage 3): Final finishing, guarantees a brilliant high lustre mirror finish


• Super Finish (Stage 4): Super final finishing, further gloss enhancement and elimination of micro scratches


Product range for the highest standards in precious metals: • 456G, P164, P275, P175, M5


Product range for the highest standards in stainless steel: • 523LBZ, 439T, 456G, 333, P14F, P164, P126, 495P, P275, P175, M5


Product range for the highest standards in Plastics/Composites, Coatings: • GW16, 495P, P175, G52


Super Heavy Cut (Greasy) Menzerna 523LBZ


523LBZ is a highly abrasive and fast-acting brush paste. An especially durable abrasive grit of particularly high quality produces a consistent, matt surface. • Category: Super Heavy Cut Compound


£2.30 £2.10 £2.30 £2.10 £2.35 £2.20 £2.20 £2.35


• Stage 1: Course Cutting, Ferrobrite • Stage 1: Regular Cutting, Tripolea • Stage 4: Super Finsh


Code


P3666 P3663 P3669


Description


Course Cut 3050 Ferrobrite Regular Cut 2640T Tripolea Super Finish Red Admiral (120g)


UOM Price EACH


EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website


£8.50 £3.95 £2.80


• Grease content: Greasy • Colour: Grey • Polishing tool: Fibre, Sisal, Cotton


Suitable for: • Stainless Steel


Weights are Approximate. Code


Description


P55694 P55695 P55696


523LBZ (150g) Sample Bar 523LBZ (550g) Half Bar 523LBZ (1.2kg) Full Bar


150G 550G 1200G


UOM Price £1.00


£3.95 £5.95


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