A small amount of Simichrome applied to a clean felt bob will remove the smokey haze often seen after final finish to bring out the brilliance of the metal. Recommended for use after diamond compound. Removes tarnish, dirt and oils, and generally renews polished metal surfaces. It leaves a protective film which retards oxidation.
Simichrome works well on brass, bronze, chromium, aluminum and countless other similar metals. Simichrome is also used to charge dry polishing medias (such as Dri-Shine III, Walnut Shells, or crushed cob) for tumbling.
Available in 3 sizes: 50 gram Tube, , 250 gram Tin, and 1000 gram Can.
Micron Rating: The Simichrome is 8 to 10 microns
Metalworking, plastics and other industries have known for years that Simichrome is the perfect product to polish tool and die molds, extrusion dies, precision metal products, machinery – anywhere an ultra fine final polishing is required. Metalworking industries have been using Simichrome for product finishing applications for decades. In addition to being a superior polishing product, Simichrome is also an excellent purging compound to remove residue on mold and die cavities after prolonged molding of plastic parts.
Simichrome is designed to polish without scratching any ferrous or non-ferrous metal. It yields an unequaled smooth finish and may be used with confidence when polishing even the most delicate, precision equipment and parts. Plant maintenance professionals have found it to be the perfect polish for a number of cleaning applications.
Jewellery & Home Uses:
Perfect for brass, copper, silver, gold, pewter, magnesium, aluminum ... virtually any ferrous or non-ferrous metal surface. Use it all around the home on virtually any metal surface. Tough enough to handle more durable pieces such as light fixtures, lamps, furniture hardware, appliance handles, door knobs and much, much more. Gentle enough for fine metals like tea sets, sterling silver, jewellery, coins, brass and pewter pieces...any collectible metal treasure.
This tough, yet gentle polishing paste is the brand of choice for antiques dealers and jewellers because it polishes to a fine patina and not the glare of inferior polish products. Simichrome removes tarnish and leaves a protective coating to help slow down further tarnishing.