Italian Craftsman Polish Cream
Great Polishing Formula With Many Uses
Good use for:
Calcium Carbonate Stones, Marble, Limestone, and most Serpentines
Italian Craftsman's Polishing Cream is the most commonly used final polish method in the stone industry. Great for use on countertops and walls, and worn down traffic areas in entry ways, hallways, and floors. This product buffs out easily with a nylon or natural hair pad to enhance the appearance of any stone. It restores polish on etched areas, however, sanding may be necessary. The Polishing Cream compound does not contain re-crystallization acids and will NOT damage marble.
Directions for use:
Put a clean white nylon pad on your 150 to 300 rpm rotary buffer. Squirt two ounces of cream on the floor to be polished, release a small amount of water from the rotary buffer's water tank and buff slowly back and forth until polish appears. Once the floor is polished, a clean white pad and a little water removes any residue, then dry buff with a soft cloth.
Put a 7" or 8" white nylon pad on a right angle grinder or flexible shaft machine. Draw a bead of cream one inch in from the edge of the polishing pad, use spray bottle, wet 4 square foot area with water, buff slowly back and forth until polish appears. Once the wall is polished, a clean white pad and a little water removes any residue, then dry buff with a soft cloth.
Vanities, Desks, Tables, Shelves. Follow the directions for wall polishing above.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING