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Using Rouge Powder or Cerium Oxide

Rouge or cerium powders can be bought ready mixed, usually with water or similar medium,

but why buy water ? mix your own, it is simple.

Using Rouge Powder

Please mind your clothes etc. ( it can be difficult to wash out)

Rouge powder can be mixed with water, olive oil or similar medium into a paste or slurry and used as follows:

To remove fine scratches in glass,

smear the Rouge Powder or paste onto a soft mop attached to a polishing motor;

keep the speed slow and polish very slowly until the desired effect is obtained. Avoid overheating!

Please note: if you can feel the scratch with your fingernail it is probably too deep to recover with rouge powder.

To polish gold and silver items smear the Rouge Powder onto a fine cloth and clean the required article. 

Rouge Powder can also be used with a little water or olive oil to make it into a paste.

Rub firmly yet quite  vigorously across the item or scratch until satisfied with the result and afterwards buff to a sheen.

 

Regipol (Ultra Fine Cerium Oxide Powder)
 

Glass polishing powder, slightly more vigorous than rouge powder
 

Using Cerium oxide (Regipol) on glass ….. Please take care, do not ingest.
 

To remove fine scratches in glass, Make into a paste or slurry with water.


Apply using a soft cloth or sponge, rub vigorously across the scratch until it is gone. Wipe clean and buff.

 

Please note: if you can feel the scratch with your fingernail it is probably too deep to recover with cerium powder.
 

Using an electric mop, smear the paste or slurry on to a soft mop attached to a polishing motor or drill; keep the speed slow and polish very slowly until the desired effect is obtained.

Avoid overheating the glass.

 

 

 

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