Use these abrasive pastes alone or with a buffing tool to remove scratches and surface blemishes, producing an even finish. Often, compounds are used in three steps: initial scratch removal (also called cutting), intermediate polishing, and final polishing (also called coloring).
Initial Scratch Removal on Metals
Remove scratches, pits, paint, and other surface contaminants. A crystalline form of aluminum oxide grit, this black emery compound is best for initial scratch removal from metallic surfaces.
Intermediate Polishing for Soft Metals
This brown compound is best for intermediate polishing on soft metals.
Intermediate & Final Polishing for Stainless Steel & Other Metals
Select from these compounds to complete the final finishing and polishing steps on stainless steel and other metals.
Final Polishing for Soft Metals
Providing a finer finish than intermediate polishing compound, this red compound is for finishing soft metals. It is also safe for thin plates.