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burnish

(bĕr′nĭsh)
To condense or polish a metal surface with a smooth metal instrument.

bur·nish

(bŭrnish)
To smooth and polish (e.g., when a dental instrument is rubbed over a rough surface).
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In contrast to maintenance practices in North America, very few propane burnishers are being used in Europe.
UHS cord-electric and battery-powered burnishers are also alternatives.
Every pair of Allen Edmonds shoes is handcrafted, often by second or third generation leather cutters, master sewers and burnishers.
Its service repair technicians have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the repair of all types of cleaning and janitorial related equipment, including truck mount carpet extractors, auto scrubbers, propane burnishers, vacuums, portable extractors, high and low speed buffers.
Allen Edmonds leather cutters, master sewers and burnishers will show the students the ropes as they develop their drawings into shoe prototypes for the final voting stage of the competition.
The literature provides detailed specifications for all of Metabo's drills, hammer drills, rotary hammers, grinders, chop saws, wall chasers, polishers, burnishers, nibblers, shears, jig saws, sanders and paint removers.
Its products include scrubbers, sweepers, extractors, burnishers, buffers and other specialized floor cleaning equipment and supplies, plus a complete line of industrial floor coatings.
Its products include scrubbers, sweepers, extractors, burnishers, buffers, and other specialized floor cleaning equipment and supplies, plus a complete line of industrial floor coatings.