Polish and Buff Stainless, Aluminum, Gold – Deluxe Metal Polishing Kit from Eastwood


mark Roberto product manager here with
Eastwood you’ve seen my shop typical pilot you guys got now we’re
back here at Eastwood I want to show you one of our hot new
products here what is it’s our new all component buff cab now this kid here
what we have is utilized to either use a cordless drill or pneumatic die grinder
you have your five different compounds for your steel aluminum and plastic
small felt Bob’s here in different shapes get you in and out of a lot of
milk area especially intake manifolds polishing up carbs getting corrosion off
problem two different-sized mushroom buffs larger round tapered and your
traditional wheels to spiral stone and a loose some what I want to show you here
is some of the stuff that you can do with this kid itself I will got here is a typical small block
chevy lumina my head but what does that some detail to this so this front
accessory mount pad here area that’s machine what we’re going to do is bring that up
to a beautiful polish luster which will look real nice against some fabricated
aluminum valve covers that are going to go on here tell like bezel this is aluminum has
some anodizing on it which were removed but it’s it’s corroded it’s got some Nicks and scratches it you
can show you how you can quickly transform this into back to day one cast our water neck here believe it or
not you can take pretty much any metal smooth it bring it up to a high luster
shy also something to do what you’ve done
with the project and press the other one in the house there this is just a corroded brass door pull
from a kitchen one of the things I want to tell you
another one of the tips and tricks that we got here is an old hacksaw blade what you want to do is keep your buffs
clean so what do with this is I take it simply clamp it into a bench vise and
then with your buff turning simply spin it over to blade here and it will pull
the compound and now metal contaminants off the wheel right
now we are going to show you how easy it is to use this kit we’re going to start off one in the front part of the aluminum masts
overhead here simply take your spiral song buff chuck it into any cordless drill to use
it simply take the cardboard peel it off and when you’re not using the compounds
to storm just putting some Ziploc bags just simply hold it against the wheel and you can see the difference there just what a little so in summary here what we want to show
you is to just a little bit of effort and the eastwood buff get you can take
even a piece of trim like this bring it back to what it was day one this took about a couple minutes on the
cast iron water neck you can see right up here a little more
effort you bring that to a mirror shine and what we showed you earlier the kitchen piece of hardware here for
them but you can do there’s just polished a little bit of the center
section here bring that up into a brilliant luster
kit comes complete with all the compounds you need for various metals
aluminum even plastic and we’re now offering it for the next 48 hours special price of only 3299

14 thoughts on “Polish and Buff Stainless, Aluminum, Gold – Deluxe Metal Polishing Kit from Eastwood

  • shitty job you need to sand it before you dont show the pices to close but i see it im in the polishing business for the last 11 years this is only a kit for you guys to sell + it need to buff at 3000 rpm pftttttttttttt

  • Why would you sand a machined aluminum piece before polishing or buffing? The Tripoli compound and spiral wheel levels the surface very nicely. Buffing can be done with motors turning as slow as 1800rpm, in fact they reduce the frictional heat conduction into the part. I assume you were referring to the cast iron water neck when you stated "need to sand before" and that is true but I wanted to show what a little effort will produce. Our instruction book describes the leveling or "sanding" steps

  • The brown compund is removed from the surface using our Pre cleaner or lacquer thinner. The compounds you should be using on aluminum are the brown (Tripoli) as the fist step and then the white (White Rouge) as the final coloring step

  • @deathslayer0102 You can in fact use paint thinner, mineral spirits, or something similar. We generally use our PRE to remove.

  • @buffingmetal

    We try to use U.S. products where we can, but in order to keep costs at a competitive level, we do have to source quality products from overseas. We do test any and all products before we offer them to sale for the public to make sure they meet our standards.

    -Matt/EW

  • me gustaria comprar su producto pero yo soy de mexico como podria adquirir su producto desde mexico y cual seria el precio

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  • When trying to achieve a high polish on items like what is shown in this video you're better off starting with some 800 grit sandpaper to get a uniform surface before starting with the polishing.

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