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Jewelers Rouge Buffing Compound

Jewelers Rouge Buffing Compound

Regular price $ 4.50
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Made in USA

  • Model JR1 
  • Very fine polishing compound 
  • Used to buff soft precious metals into a mirror-like finish
  • Recommended for final step of Brass & Copper, Gold, Silver, & other precious metals
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  • Quality USA-made polishing buffing compound Rouge (red compound) that's excellent for the finest finish on brass, copper, gold, sterling silver, nickel plate & other precious metals. The compound will bring out the natural color in any metal. To use, just apply solid compound to a rotating wheel until it melts, apply small amounts often after wheel is headed. There is no need to soften or moisten the compounds by adding water or heating when applying to the wheel. Use only one type of compound per buffing wheel, do not exceed 7200SFPM.  Model JR1 (Red) Compound.   Made in the USA.

    From the Manufacturer:

       Dico Products shares in a 125 year old manufacturing tradition as a division of the Divine Brothers Company. Dico's unique line of power tool abrasives including buffing wheels, buffing compounds, Nyalox abrasive impregnated brushes, buffing bonnets & compounding pads are available coast to coast through hardware stores & industrial suppliers, & online vendors. When you choose Dico Products, you choose quality.

  • Product Size of Bar Weight Model 
    Jewelers Rouge Buffing Compound ~ 4 oz brick 3 - 1/2" long  x  1 - 1/4" wide  x  5/8" high 4 oz
    Jewelers Rouge Buffing Compound ~ 8 oz brick 4 - 1/2" long  x  1 - 3/8" wide  x  1" high 8 oz JR1-M
    Jewelers Rouge Buffing Compound ~ 16 oz brick 5 - 1/2" long  x  1 - 3/8" wide  x  1 - 1/4" high 16 oz JR1-J


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