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Induction circle, Induction discs is a kind of discs composited by aluminium circle and perforated stainless steel discs

 

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  • This is How I Polish & Wax Rustoleum Paint to A Mirror like finish. This video is PART 2 of “how to paint mirror like finish”
    In this Video I show just how I take the oil based Rustoleum paint beyond wet sanding to a glossy finish.
    I start off using Turtle Wax brand polishing compound. I apply a medium amount on a spinning wheel and beginning from one end of the area I desire to polish and working to the other end I press the spinning wheel to the surface and apply a small amount of pressure on the paint & going slowly I pull the trigger & begin polishing. After a few seconds, I quickly back off & wipe the polishing residue from the paint, using a clean cotton rag, I then begin, to once again polish, this time at a higher rpm. I am very careful not to press too hard on the painted surface or stay in one spot for longer then 1 second. The ides is not to heat up the painted surface & allow the new paint to heat up, melt, burn or become damaged. If the paint becomes damaged then repaint.
    I polish from one end of my area to the other end doing a few square feet at a time adding fresh compound to the pad for each new section I start. I immediately wipe the residue off each time & then continue polishing. There is a learning curve and everybody has their own way to personalize their way of doing this. Do what works for you but this is simply how I do things. Im always trying new ways so I might change this process if I find a easier or better way to get the end results.
    I polish the area two or three times being careful not to remove too much paint then I replace the pad with a new one, add wax and simply wax the area. I let it stand on the finish for a while, wipe it off again with a new clean rag & repeat the process once more.
    Thats it!!! Its that simple. Just takes time and a bit off effort.
    The next video in this series I fail @ staining & exparament with india ink. More later!



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