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Black Rouge


#1

I have used it for about 5 years now and prefer it for the reasons
you mention, plus it doesn’t seem to be as messy. I use it on a
chamois buff.


#2

What do you use the black rouge for… and on a chamois???any
info greatly appreciated… Would love to take a class just in
polishing… calgang


#3
    What do you use the black rouge for.. and on a chamois???any
info greatly appreciated.. Would love to take a class just in
polishing..

I like the finish on silver, expecially on flat constructed
pieces. It adds a rich luster. I use it pounded oval earrings and
it makes them look “richer”. Doesn’t have alot of difference to
cast pieces though. I just like it on flat work


#4

Black rouge is great for silver, it gives it a very brite shine.
It works rather interstingly. Try it.


#5

What is everybody’s favorite rouge for 14K gold? I currently use
a water-soluble red for both gold and silver, but I am not very
happy about the color it leaves on gold. It looks to whitish or
greenish after polishing - sort of drains away the rich gold color.
What rouge (or any polishing product) would leave a nice, rich
yellow-to-reddish gold coloring?

Jill
@jandr
http://members.tripod.com/~jilk


#6
    What do you use the black rouge for. I use black instead of
red rouge.

and on a chamois???any info greatly appreciated… chamois is a
buff - 4" available from jewelry supply houses like RGA. I also
have a mini buff for the flex-shaft for gettine into difficult
areas. I like it better because it doesn’t shed threads like the
linen buffs and it seems to be more gentle on the polished
surface-no scratch marks.

Donna Wilson in WY