Diamond polishing compounds for "dremel" carving

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Diamond polishing compounds for "dremel" carving

Postby SwordfishMining » Mon Sep 20, 2021 5:53 pm

https://www.diashinepolish.com/shop/cal ... shing-pack
Caleko’s Polishing Pack
This pack for Gem Carvers includes the following:
DiaShine® Fine (3g) - The original version of DiaShine. A very hard compound, best used with a stiff bristle brush or felt.
DiaShine® Super Fine Soft (3g) - An extremely fine grit of DiaShine. Use in conjunction after another grit and apply with any type of bristle brush or felt.
DiaShine® Medium Soft (3g) - Achieve a quick shine, but not a high lustre finish. Use with any type of brush or felt.
SHP Medium Bristle Brush (10 Brushes) - Recommended for for a high lustre.
(FREE) DiaThin Assortment pack (4 Wheels) - An assortment pack of DiaThin Wheels from polishing (Fine), to smoothing (Medium Fine), to reduction (Coarse) and in between (Medium). Thin and Flexible versions of the DiaFlex Fine, Medium and Coarse Diamond Sintered Wheels.
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I otter put this in beginners or history too...

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Re: Diamond polishing compounds for "dremel" carving

Postby PinkDiamond » Mon Sep 20, 2021 6:16 pm

SwordfishMining wrote:I otter put this in beginners or history too...

Yes, this is an excellent thread, please do so, and thank you for posting it. :!: :)
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