RED POLISHING COMPOUND A special compound called jewelers rouge is used in the jewelry industry to create a stunning, shiny finish on delicate and valuable metals like gold and silver. This fine compound is gentle enough to polish even the softest metals without causing any scratches or damage. It can also be used to buff other metals like brass, copper, and nickel to a mirror-like sheen. To apply, simply press the compound onto a spinning buffing wheel and let the friction and heat do the work for you. This high-quality product has an impressive shelf life of 10 years and is proudly made in the USA. in the USA. Also known as red rouge.
WHITE POLISHING COMPOUND White rouge is a slightly rougher alternative to jewelers rouge and is best used for removing minor scratches and tarnish from your silver jewelry or silverware. It is a cutting compound that can be abrasive, so it is important not to over-buff or you risk removing the silver plating. White rouge is commonly applied on buffing wheels by pressing the compound gently onto the spinning wheel. As the wheel spins, it will transfer a small amount of the compound for polishing. This compound has a shelf life of 10 years and is made in the USA.
BLACK POLISHING COMPOUND Emery (Black) is a type of abrasive material used to remove surface imperfections, scratches, rust, and burrs from iron, steel, and other hard metals. It is also useful for removing silver plating for etching purposes.
To ensure your metals remain scratch-free, it’s best to stick to a different compound for each wheel or buff. This will prevent any cross-contamination and ensure a smooth finish.