Metal polishing wax, mainly used for polishing wall clocks, door locks, bathroom equipment, mobile phone casings, steel pipes, plates, aircraft industry (engine blades, body), automotive industry (all kinds of accessories, hubs, rims), marine hardware, hardware tools , tableware, pots and pans, lighting, optics, plate making, home appliances, furniture, musical instruments (wind instruments, pianos, guitars) and other coating exterior, medical equipment and other industries. Polishing wax is divided into solid polishing paste and liquid polishing slurry, that is, solid polishing wax and liquid polishing wax. Wax, blue-green and small ceresin wax, etc., each different color uses a different product process, choose polishing wax products according to your product process requirements. For example, black wax, black wax is used for rough polishing, and small ground wax is used for fine polishing. How to use the polishing wax, the polishing wax should be used with the polishing wheel. The polishing process is divided into three steps: rough polishing, medium polishing and fine polishing. Of course, if you only rough polishing, it will be done in one step. Choosing the size of the polishing wheel depends on your product. The polishing method of each product is different, so don't mix them up, you can only say that the methods are similar. The power of the motor determines the size of the polishing wheel, and the shaft of the motor must be matched with the polishing wheel. Place the buffing wheel in the center of the shaft and tighten it with a wrench. The best polishing effect can be achieved only if the surface speed of the polishing wheel is uniform, so if a large polishing wheel is used with a smaller motor, the linear speed will drop a lot during polishing, and the polishing effect will be affected. The buffing wheel rolls towards you and has achieved sufficient speed. Gently press the polishing wax against the edge of the wheel, keeping it below the level of the rolling shaft, until the surface is covered with wax. Use a clean piece of metal against the surface of the wheel for a few seconds to spread the wax. Repeat a few times so that the wax covers the exterior evenly. When the exterior is completely covered with wax, the polishing process can proceed. If necessary, apply polishing wax on the wheel (it is best to wipe the wax off the wheel and then apply it). The wheels used for rough polishing, medium polishing (cutting polishing) and fine polishing (glazing) should be separated and must be separated, otherwise the surface of the polishing process will be scratched by rough particles. Correct use of polishing wheels The wheel turns towards itself and runs at full speed. Hold the polishing wax against the edge of the wheel for a few seconds so that the wax adheres to the wheel (do not put the wax on the already polished item). Hold the workpiece tightly against the wheel surface, and ensure that the workpiece is below the level of the center axis of the wheel, otherwise the wheel may throw the workpiece out of your hand. The correct operation method is to touch the wheel surface with the workpiece quietly and then remove the workpiece. This helps smooth out the sharp corners of the exterior and prevents mottle. Add wax if necessary, but don't overdo it. Excessive amount will cause many deep mottled marks on the workpiece. If you accidentally use too much wax, wipe it off with an iron brush, etc., and recoat if necessary. Do not press the wax hard on the outer surface of the wheel, let the wheel spin freely. When the workpiece is changed from rough to fine polishing (glazing), there should be no rough particles remaining in the wheel, otherwise scratches will occur.