|Item Weight||15.2 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||7 x 1.5 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||D2901|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Woodstock 1 lb. Buffing Compound, Red Rouge, For Brass or Gold D2901
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Made for fine polishing on brass and gold. Especially brings out a mirror finish when used with the soft muslin buffing wheel.
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The bar is hard like a crayon and you rub it on the strop and work it into the strop as best you can. I have even seen video of people using a smooth poster board with buffing compound and using it to strop hone a knife blade. The buffing compound is what does the work.
The package arrived in about 3 days so the delivery was fast. It works well and it is priced fairly so I rated it at 5 stars.
My dogs also love the taste. On the down side, they go through a pound of extra fine buffing rather quickly. On the upside you will quickly discover which one ate your wax.
Note to self, nothing is out of reach from curious puppies... nothing. No matter how high, far, or wherever you leave them thinking it's out of reach. It is not.
Woodstock D2902 1-Pound Extra Fine Buffing compound to anyone who wants a superior finish to any metal surface.
Just be warned the TSA guys will think it is a portion of plastic explosive.
Black compound: Works great. It's definitely more abrasive than the green extra fine, which is perfect for prepping for the green extra fine razor sharp mirror finish.
Green extra fine buffing compound: I'm a newb when it comes to sharpening knives, but with this and a leather strop, I was able to sharpen my survival knife razor sharp to the point I could easily shave hair with it. I highly recommend. It's also a great polisher too.
Red rough compound: So far I have only used this to polish brass and I can definitely see a difference between the green extra fine and the red rouge on brass. They are both great polishers though.