12-ply bias Construction, Metal Centers, 1/2” Circle Sewed.
Bias-Cut woven sisal fiber is sandwiched between layers of bias-cut cotton and sewed into a packet strip. Intended for those buffing operations that require a more aggressive cutting and leveling action than can be obtained with bias cotton buffs. Type "RS" open-face sisal/cloth buffs effectively remove or blend metal stretcher strains, ripples, score marks, light die and tool marks, and other surface imperfections from drawn, stamped, roll-formed ferrous metals as well as non-ferrous metals. Flexibility is retained, allowing this buff to be particularly adaptable to buffing concave, contoured, recessed and drawn profile forms.
The following list of articles regularly buffed with this construction demonstrates its unique versatility for buffing both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Automotive Parts, Toaster Bodies, Cutlery, Pots and Pans, Steel Stampings, Roll-Formed and Drawn Articles of Carbon and Stainless Steels, Extruded Moldings, Die Castings.