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Polishing Compound M7 – Art Academy Direct
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Polishing Compound M7

Polishing Compound M7

Beaver Craft

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This green-grey polishing compound is used for polishing hard metals and alloys – stainless steel, hard alloys, cast iron. It is ideal for polishing of stones, glass and other nonmetals. The compound is aimed at finishing cutting tool parts and other elements that require high precision machining. This sharpening compound is perfect for polishing knife, sharpening knife, razors. The grain size of the M7 compound is 7-5 micron. The weight of one piece is 20-25 grams.

How to use green-gray polishing compound: The green-grey polishing compound is applied to the polishing sponge with a gentle touch on the circle during rotation. When polishing the item, press it slightly to the polishing pad. The green-gray polishing compound should be applied to the entire surface of the leather. When erasing and fading from leather, you should renew the layer of compound.

Also you can apply polishing compound on leather strop and polish blade of the knives, chisels, planers and razors.

Having a proper polishing compound certainly turns out to be greatly influential on the process of working with and the end result. Let your instruments become greater and shinier with the help of a polishing compound which suits them by metal type and the final purpose. And, of course, with great tools comes… great responsibility! Kudos to you if you got the reference. If not, then great results will come out of appropriately prepared carving instruments. Don’t neglect the importance of stropping, even though it might not be the greatest or most interesting part of a whittling hobby.

How to use green-grey polishing compound

Having a polished and smooth surface is essential everywhere in carving, both tools and your projects. You probably know how important polishing is prior to applying finish on the carving - you always smoothen out the carved surface with sandpaper to make sure the finish lays evenly and your carving is nice and smooth. That’s how it is with carving tools as well - the smooth and polished cutting edge turns to a great quality whittled piece in the very end. So don’t forget to strop your tools responsibly and regularly to not make it harder on yourself by any means. Imagine that polishing compound is a piece of crayon or chalk you used to draw with. Cover the surface of the stropping tool you’re using - paddle, strop, wheel or any other surface you’re practicing with to sharpen tools - with a layer of compound as if you’re drawing on it with a green crayon. When the surface is evenly covered, you can grab the tools you wish to work on this day and sharpen them and smoothen out with it. The detailed instructions on stropping different kinds of knives you can find on our websites and in our tutorials on YouTube.

  • Used for polishing hard metals and alloys – stainless steel, hard alloys, cast iron.
  • The grain size is 7-5 micron
  • The weight is 20-25 grams