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  • Polishing are finishing processes for smoothing a work piece's surface using an abrasive and a work wheel. Technically polishing refers to processes that use an abrasive that is glued to the work wheel, while buffing uses a loose abrasive applied to the work wheel.

  • Metal polish composition comprising a chelate resin particle and an inorganic particle and a polishing method of a metal.

  • Polishing is a more aggressive process while buffing is less harsh, which leads to a smoother, brighter finish. A common misconception is that a polished surface has a mirror bright finish, however most mirror bright finishes are actually buffed.

  • A metal polish formulation comprising water, an acid and metal iodide. The components of the formulation chemically react with the stain on a metal surface, removing the tarnish or stain while leaving the metal unaffected. The metal polish can be applied as a dip-rinse or as a polish. The composition is easily applied and easily removed.

  • Polish is a unique liquid formula that produces a "mirror-like" shine in aluminium, magnesium, stainless, brass, nickel, etc. Its ability to melt oxidation and simultaneously bring up the metal's true brilliance cannot be matched by any other polish.

  • Polishing is often used to enhance the looks of an item, prevent contamination of instruments, remove oxidation, create a reflective surface, or prevent corrosion in pipes.

  • In metallography and metallurgy, polishing is used to create a flat, defect-free surface for examination of a metal's microstructure under a microscope. Silicon-based polishing pads or a diamond solution can be used in the polishing process.

  • The removal of oxidization (tarnish) from metal objects is accomplished using a metal polish or tarnish remover; this is also called polishing.

  • To prevent further unwanted oxidization, polished metal surfaces may be coated with wax, oil, or lacquer. This is of particular concern for copper alloy products such as brass and bronze.

  • The technique employs a metal-polishing apparatus which includes a double-jointed arm assembly and a table assembly. 1) The arm assembly includes a brush assembly, a handle and an actuating device. 2) The double-jointed nature of the arm assembly advantageously allows an operator to effectively polish a detailed and ornate metal object.

  • Polishing may be used to enhance the looks of certain parts on cars, motorbikes, handrails, cookware, kitchenware, and architectural metal applications. Pharmaceutical, dairy, and water pipes are buffed to maintain hygienic conditions and prevent corrosion. Buffing is used to manufacture of high-quality lighting reflectors.

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