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TechDiamondTools Diamond Lapping Paste Polishing Compound

Polished Paste Compound 1050 Mesh, Rock Glass Metal Jewelry Resin Marble, Techdiamondtools Diamond Grinding Paste, 10 % Diamond Powder Usa

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  • What buyers say about TechDiamondTools Diamond Lapping Paste Polishing Compound

    This is a video that you can play on your computer, tablet, or mobile device, and it's very easy to set up and watch at any time of the day or night.

    I am very pleased with the 14,014, but I don't want to see how the 50,00 and 200,000 do.

    This polishing compound is thick and allows you to add your own oil to get the consistency you need for your job.

    A few minutes with a small polishing wheel and a small amount of paste and it shines like new, after being dull for a long time.

    I used a lot of it. You know what I mean?

    Common Questions


    I need to know what kind of buffer I need to use to polish the spot that I had to sand down.


    I don't think you can polish an epoxy finish because it's a true Epoxy finish.


    Is it possible that the resins jewerly work?


    You would need to exercise some care with any paste material.


    Is it possible to use this as a final polishing stage for labradorite?


    No matter how light they are, it won't remove any scratches, but it will give a mirror finish.


    Is it possible to mirror-polish a katana by rubbing the paste by hand?


    You can either choose between a 25 % concentration or a 10 % concentration, depending on how much material you need to remove during your process.


    I got the 200k grit paste, but my supply is very dry. Is there a way to moisten it?


    Try warming it up a little, like holding in hand or in hot water for a while, and if that doesn't work, then you can add some mineral oil to it.

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