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6 oz Black Rouge Metal Polishing Buffing Compound - Deep Finish

by ProTool
4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • The professional choice for making non-precious metals look better than new
  • Apply small amount by holding against spinning buffing wheel or rub on cloth; contains alpha-alumina
  • Use on aluminum, brass, copper, iron, pewter, nickel, steel and stainless steel
  • Large 6 oz 5" x 1" block is easier to use with powered buffers, lasts for dozens of polishing jobs
  • Available in several colors/compositions for wide variety of materials and results; made in USA
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Product Description

Metal polishing compounds that come in a wax, paraffin-oil or grease-based block/bar are often referred to generically as 'jeweler's rouge'. Rouge is French for red, and jeweler's rouge is a specific type of polishing compound that contains ferrous oxides (which give it the red color) and is used most typically to polish precious metals. We offer several different compounds (including red jeweler's rouge!) that contain various minerals and particles that color the block - each formulated for a specific cutting, polishing or buffing effect.


Product Information

Manufacturer Pro Tool
ASIN B00447SUUW
Customer Reviews
4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #927,066 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#484 in Home & Kitchen > Cleaning Supplies > Household Cleaning > Metal Polishes

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By Bob on January 13, 2012
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I apply this to a sheet of newspaper which I set on one of my arkansas stones and strop and polish with it. When i first got it, I did about 50 laps, then now, once I start to feel a little drag, I do 3 laps on each side, alternating. I don't think I'll ever run out of this! This also works well for polishing the edge. Btw, my arkansas stone is only 1000 grit, but I went straight from that to this, and it works fine, can push cut paper about half an inch to three quarter of an inch from my finger.
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I sharpened my knives using a 1x30" sander, with leather belts and this compound (black), followed by green compound. It goes on easy. It does feel a bit waxy, but with just a touch of this compound my knives come out razor sharp.
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In picture 6 oz Black Rouge Metal Polishing Buffing Compound packaged and I received the goods without packaging with poor exterior.
6 oz Black Rouge Metal Polishing Buffing Compound badly applied to the surface, obviously, Compound lay a long time and possibly dry.
Quality is bad!
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for a polishing wheel or a strop. i use it on my first of three strops. i'm a fanatic about sharp carving tools and knives—this is an essential part of sharpening.
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By Pen Name on November 9, 2014
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It was grey not black
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