7400 Dia-Glo Diamond Buffing Compound
Dia-Glo Diamond Buffing Compound
- Just mix with water. Easy to use, will never mark the stone in any way and yield incredibly high gloss finishes in a very short time
- This amazing powder will even take care of scratches!
- Apply with a felt pad and variable speed grinder up to speed less than 4,000 RPM
- Can be used in stone fabricating shops, for floor restoration and as a maintenance buffing compound
- Brings up an incredibly high gloss finish in a very short time
- Works great on large or small areas
Marble Buffing Compound Features
- Made to produce high gloss finishes on marble surfaces
- Also perform superbly on terrazzo and agglomerated marble
Granite Buffing Compound Features
- Designed for dark or light colored granite
- It's dark hue will not highlight the normal microscopic cracks on stone surfaces and will bring out the rich color and gloss on medium to dark stone
- Dia-Glo™ Light compound is for light colored granite
Ratings & Reviews
I'm sold on this product!
by Ernest -
Best buffing compound I've used. Easy to use. Gets the job done fast.
by DDP -
Very simple to use, just need a buffer and a clean bonnet.
by Dan V. -
This stuff takes an ordinary polish job to one that pops! As a caution, if you're polishing edges on marble tiles that you've profiled, a brief buffing of the factory surface with a slightly wet felt pad with a bit of compound on it will remove any residue. Make sure you rinse and wipe quickly, though.
works great, fast, mirror finish
by Kibby -
Our marble floor was dull and was etched when we used vinegar to remove the wall paper, and the vinegar got on the floor. This product worked great, quickly provides a high gross finish. I kept asking my wife, "are you sure the floor is not still wet" I used a 7" auto angle polisher with a wool cover. Be sure to use breathing and eye protection.
Very pleased with the results.
by JerseyScrounger -
I have been watching the wear and tear on my granite create a haze of tiny scratches on the surface as the years pass by. The granite buffing compound went on easily with a random orbital polisher and the granite looks better than new now. I will buff annually when I reseal. It takes a little more effort, but looks great, and is well worth it!
by eJunky -
Only regret - should have bought it earlier