Buff Kit – How to Buff & Polish with the Deluxe Buffing Kit from Eastwood


Hi I’m mark roe group product manager here at Eastwood
you’ve seen my shop typical pilot you guys got now we’re back here
at Eastwood and I’m going to show you one of our hot new products here what is it’s our new all components buff kit now this kit here we have is
utilized to either use a cordless drill or a pneumatic die grinder these kits here you have your five different
compounds for your steels aluminum’s and plastics small felt bob’s here in different shapes get
you in and out of a lot of nooks and crannies especially intake manifolds polishing up
carbs getting corrosion off of them two different size mushroom buffs uh… large around, tapered and your traditional wheels, two spiral sewn and a loose sewn what I want to show you here is some of the stuff
that you can do it this kit itself what I got here is a typical small block chevy aluminum head
but what I want to do is add some detail to this so this front accessory mount pad right here area that’s machined to a beautiful polished
luster which will work real nice again some fabricate aluminum valve covers
that are going to go on here taillight bezel This is aluminum has some anodizing on it that
we removed were removed but it’s it’s corroded it’s got some nicks and scratches on it we can show you how you can
quickly transform this into uh… back to day one cast iron water neck here believe
it or not you can take pretty much any metal smooth it and bring up to a high lester shine
also something to do once you are done with the project compress the other one in the house
there this is all just a corroded brass uh… door pull from the kitchen one other thing i want to tell you of the tips and tricks that we got here this is an old hacksaw blade we would do is keep your buffs clean
uh… so what to do with this is a I take it simply clamp it into a bench vise and then with your buff turning
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simply spin it over to blade here and then it’ll
pull the compound and metal contaminants off of the wheel keeping it nice and clean Alright, now what I want to do is show you how easy it is
to use this kit uh… we’re gonna start off on doing front part of the aluminum
cylinder head here here that we take a spiral song buff chuck it into any cordless trail or corded drill the compound comes in these cardboard tubes to use it simply take the car board peel it off And when you’re not using the compounds
to store them just put them in some ziplock bags always clean before changing compounds and you can see the difference there so in summary here what we want to show you is that just a little bit of effort and the Eastwood buff kit you can take
even a piece of trim like this bring it back to what it was day one this took about a couple minutes on that
cast iron water mac you see right up here with a little more effort you bring that to a mirror shine I showed you earlier the kitchen piece of hardware here what you can do there is just polish a little
bit of the center section here And bring that up into a brilliant luster
very quickly