Pro-Fin Polishing Compounds

It is essential that the correct types and grades of polish are used depending on the material being polished and the finish required.  To this end, the Pro-Fin range consists of easily recognised colour coded or graded materials.

The following compounds are available as complete kits or as 2 bar packs and 6 bar packs.

NOTE: Remember to mark mops with the type of polish used to avoid cross contamination.

Tripomax - Ref:  2/72

Use as the first POLISHING stage for brass, copper, aluminium or plastics, after smoothing the surface with Linishing Bar if necessary. 
For metals, use stitched mops ref. WSBCS 061/062W
For plastics, a softer looseleaf mop ref. LBB 3/50W will provide a milder action.

Abramax - Ref. 2/64

For use as the first POLISHING stage for steels, including stainless steel, to remove small imperfections or after Linishing Bar. 
Use with stitched mops ref. WSBCS 061/062W.

Blumax - Ref. 2/12B

The final glossing compound for brass, copper or aluminium, after first stage polishing with brown compound. 
Use looseleaf mops ref. LBB 3/50W - 6/50W.

Chromax - Ref. 2/09P

A very fine glossing compound for ultra high polish and specifically formulated for chrome plated components, used with looseleaf mops ref. LBB 3/50W - 6/50W.

Plastimax - Ref. 2/22

Glossing compound for final polishing of plastics and wood finishes used with looseleaf mops as above.
May also be used for metals on loosefold mops ref. LBB 3/50W (3" diameter and 50 folds) or stitched mops ref. WSBCS 041W (4" diameter and 2 section thick).

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