The open pore, special nonwoven fabric and
bleached bristles absorb more polishing paste due to the heat
generated during polishing and reduces the working time by up to
The bristles are bleached. The
bleaching roughens and softens the bristles. The rough
surface retains the pumice better and polishes the
acrylic more actively without harming the surface.
The open pore structure of the non-woven fiber fabric absorbs much more pumice or polishing paste than conventional brushes. The polishing paste no longer has to be applied continually. As the non-woven fabric absorbs more air it is gentler on the acrylic and the surface remains cooler. The surface is not harmed.
Three rows of high grade bristles and layers of
special textile guarantee outstanding results when
Bleached bristles are harder than goat-hair and softer than black bristles. Bleaching roughens the surface and retains all types of polish better. This simplifies polishing of acrylics and enables the surface to be conditioned perfectly.
The special textile layers retain the polishing paste (pumice polishing paste, pg. 139) or normal pumice much longer than conventional brushes. They release abrasives little by little, thus simplifying polishing. This allows the user to work in a relaxed, non-stressed manner.
This detailed view of
the fabric indicates how closely it is woven. The ends
of the single threads are free and the millions of
minute threads produce a silky soft surface for creating
a radiant high luster.
Abraso Star Glaze
high luster polishing paste (page 139) enhances the
polishing effect with selected material components. The
high luster buff is shaped in the factory so that labor
intensive shaping is no longer required before
50 layers of
specially selected fabric form an extremely dense
surface for polishing to a high luster. The high density
surface generates a high polishing temperature and
guarantees an extremely high luster on all alloys.