Polishing - A Bright Idea Polishing - A Bright Idea
1. The best polishing results will always be achieved with slower speeds and a light touch. Too much pressure can create surface scratches that will take longer to remove.
2. To remove dirt from small crevices and hard to reach areas, bristle brushes are ideal! Rotary brushes should always be run at or less that 15,000 rpm.
3. Polishing compound is a solid material. Best results come from touching the slowly spinning accessory to the solid compound. To avoid swirl marks, use the compound sparingly.
4. A clean felt accessory will easily remove the compound and bring the item to a luster.
Courtesy of Dremel Tools