I just ran into your question while going through old
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I don’t like rouge. Try Zam.
Your buff may be too small.
Wipe the buildup off with your thumb while buffing.
Use a firm buff, not soft and fluffy.
Use a circular sideways motion.
Flat surfaces can be tricky.
Hey, I asked this question a long time ago and never got any satisfactory answer from anyone, maybe some of the newer members will know. I'm polishing sterling silver, fairly large flat surfac
mall size soft buff. Is this because the speed is too high? I don't remember having this problem when Iused a dryer motor at half the speed of this one. I can't be the only one with this problem. It
estion, unrelated) and when I polish lightly to bring out the hilites and dip it in ammonia to clean the polishing compound the amonia seems to remove the black oxidation. I’m not having a good nite