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Buffing glasses is a time-consuming, expensive and, at times, dangerous part of wine service.
By blending these two resins the desired combination of [T.sub.g] and hardness can be achieved for optimum sanding and buffing characteristics.
Buffing: For this, you'll need a number of clean, dry cloths, as they should be discarded once they become dirty.
The application of extensions should never be painful with no excess buffing to the natural nail plate.
Disc Guard 2 is available in a complete kit that includes an applicator base and buffing cloths.
If you grit your teeth when it's time to wax and buff those rustic hardwood floors, you might want to try Jan Hume's system: "The Young People's Buffing Party."
Surtech's Model FAB buffing machine was designed for polishing large parts which are too difficult to polish manually, typically stainless steel fabrications, sheet and plate, hollow sections, enclosures, etc.