Polishing aluminium, stainless steel, brass, copper, gold and silver nearly always require mops and compounds to create a mirror shine.
The most popular mops to use are Dry Sisals for cutting back, White stitched mops for general polishing and loosefold mops to create a mirror finish.
Loosefold Soft Polishing mops
Loosefold Polishing Mops: The softest mops for finishing and creating a high mirror finish on all metals.
White Stitched Polishing mops
Stitched Mops: White Stitched mops are firmer than loosefold and used with either cutting or polishing compound. A Mid stage general purpose mop.
Dry Sisal Polishing mops
Dry sisal mops are employed with cutting compound for extra cutting mainly on harder metals.
Dollie Polishing Mops: Very small mops for polishing in small, tight areas. Dolly mops come in a range of materials for cutting through to polishing. Can be used on all metals, plastics etc with the right compounds. Dollie mops do not have a washer and range in size from 1″ in size to 3″ in size. They come in a range of 4 materials.
Chamois Mops: Chamois is very soft leather; these mops are excellent for Precious Metal Polishing but will create a high finish on all metals and even glass. Very popular with Jewellers.
Mop Dressers: Essential to maintain your mops by raking them out and keep them clean so they can continue to polish to a high finish day after day.
Air Flow mops allow air circulation into the mop giving a natural cooling effect – They are designed for use on Plastic (including resin) and other temperature sensitive materials.
Mounted Tapered (Trophy) & Bottom Mops: Soft Tapered mops and Bottom mops are designed for polishing the bottom of bowls or polishing inside a tube and all hard to reach areas.