Complete kit Includes everything you need to transform your drill into a metal buffing and polishing machine
Three easy steps for buffing and polishing soft and precious metals such as brass, silver, titanium and gold
Restore the shine back to your jewelry, brass collectibles and musical instruments
Buffing wheels fit on standard 1/2-inch drill arbor, arbor hole is Leather lined to enhance clamping and protect from wear
The handy and versatile drill arbor adapter has a universal 1/4-inch round shank great to use with any drill or drill press when portability is needed.
How to use the buffing and polishing Kit
Everything You Need for Buffing with a Drill
Drill Chuck Arbor Adapter:
Easily convert any drill into a buffing and polishing machine
Three Step Polishing Compounds:
Ideal for polishing soft and precious metals such as brass, silver, and gold
Two 4-inch Hard Buffing Wheels:
Ideal for removing scratches honing sharpened edges, and heavy duty metal cleaning
4-inch Softer Wheel:
Used for buffing to a high gloss finish on metals
Versatile and Can Be Attached to Any Drill
With a universal round 1/4 inch shank you are able to transform your ordinary drill into a versatile, portable buffing machine rather than buy a specialized buffer.
The arbor adapter that's included in the kit allows for you to mount any 1/2 inch accessories and wheels on any drill.
Ideal for buffing and polishing soft metals allowing you to restore your brass instruments or antiques to their original condition.
It is also ideal for polishing precious metals, allowing you to restore the shine back to your jewelry like a gold ring or silver necklace.
Easy to use and really helped buff my jewelry nicely! I'm happy with this purchase.
Worked good on polishing some aluminum.
Great kit..would buy again
I may be using this for a slightly different reason than some others. But I used a 3D printer to print a small model of a pug with a plastic that contained copper in it. My goal was to “buff out” the plastic to expose the copper, all while not melting the plastic. I tried many different techniques with little success.So I purchased this and wanted to see if this would help. I have NO idea what I’m doing and was happy to see a page (written in English, not translated English) with some basic direction for a beginner. After all, someone who knew what they were doing would not be using a drill but have the right tools.To my surprise, this actually worked. It came with three pads and three different wax like compounds. A metal attachment was also included to attach the pads securely to a drill.This seems well made and included everything needed. I am happy with the purchase and have no hesitation in recommending this to others.The picture includes two models, the one on the right is how it came off the printer and the one on the left is after working on it with this for about a half hour.