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Cerium Oxide High Grade Powder 1lb

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High Grade Cerium Oxide used to repair and polish glass surfaces. This high grade optical polishing material can be used to remove minor glass scratch...


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Item #: 76-26  MPN : SRDF

$59.00

This is an obsolete Item
 
 

This new technology is designed to remove mild blemishes, light surface scratches, and restore the high shine to the surface of all types of glass; auto glass, glass furniture, windows and doors - just to name a few. However, since water is used in conjunction with this product, do not use it on electronic devices such as a TV or computer monitor.
This product is recommended to be used in conjunction with a mechanical polisher or drill with a minimum operating speed of 1,500 rpm. For optimum results use a felt or foam polishing pad when applying the cerium oxide. It is also suggested to use a spray bottle filled with water to keep the area wet while polishing.

NOTE: This material can also be applied by hand using a cotton towel; however, results will vary.

70% Proof. White

DIRECTIONS:

Machine Operated Use:
Start by thoroughly cleaning the surface of the glass to remove any dirt, debris, or contaminants from the surface of the glass. It is best to use ammonia-free glass cleaner, isopropyl alcohol, or distilled water to clean the glass. Start by masking off the work area to protect any surrounding surfaces from exposure to water and cerium powder. Next open the jar and pour 1 to 2 tablespoons into the lid of the jar. Using the spray bottle of water add water until the powder changes to a paste-like consistency. Next apply a thin layer of cerium paste to the pad. Hold the pad flat to the glass and turn the power tool on. Go over the damaged area for several minutes adding water as needed to maintain a wet surface. When polish appears heavily diluted by the addition of water, stop and apply another layer of cerium paste to the pad. Repeat the application of polish until the damaged area has been restored. Use water and/or glass cleaner to clean the glass and surrounding area immediately after you have finished restoring the glass.


Hand Use:
Start by thoroughly cleaning the surface of the glass to remove any dirt, debris, or contaminants from the surface of the glass. It is best to use ammonia-free glass cleaner, isopropyl alcohol, or distilled water to clean the glass. If Cerium Powder is being applied by hand make sure to use a cotton cloth. Next open the jar and pour 1 to 2 tablespoons into the lid of the jar. Using the spray bottle of water add water until the powder changes to a paste-like consistency. Next apply a layer of cerium to the cotton cloth. Spray the surface of the damaged glass with water and rub vigorously. Reapply compound as need, while applying water to keep the surface moist. Finish by thoroughly cleaning the surface of the glass to remove any remaining cerium paste. Again, it is best to use ammonia free glass cleaner, isopropyl alcohol, or distilled water to clean the glass.