Lapidary Polishing Powders
Plastic Tumbler Pellets
|1 Pound of pellets ||$ 4.00 || |
|5 pounds of pellets ||$ 16.00 || |
NON ABRASIVE CERAMIC MEDIA!!! ( they dont wear out!)
|1 lb ||$5.00 ||
|5 lbs ||$25.00 ||
This is the best tumbling media for a superb finish and reuseable for a LONG TIME.
This is the angle cut type and is completely non abrasive.
Tumbler and Lapping Grits
Click to learn about various grits available for tumbling rocks and
polishing in flat or vibrating laps.
Old Miser® Grit Carrier
For faster lapping, tumbling & sphere cutting
Lusterite Polishing compound- A hard, finely pulverized pyrochemically produced compound suitable for polishing gems of various hardness. Use Lusterite 1 as you would Cerium or Tim, Use Lusterite II for tumbling.
Used to polish glass. Also used to polish quartz, agate, opal, obsidian, etc.
An excellent polish powder for the price. Comes in 99.0% pure and 99.9% pure. Compare the quality and price. Cant be beat! Its not the 65-75% pure slower polishing cerium!
An excellent general purpose polish.
Linde 'A' Polish
A .3 micron aluminum powder that is carefully graded for uniformity of grain size.
A super polish for almost any gemstone.
Chrome Oxide Polish
A hard polishing agent, green in color.
Red Rouge Powder
A good final polish for glass and obsidian.
Covington Tumbler Polish (White Alumina)
A good tumbling polish on all but soft stones. Inexpensive.
A good pre-polish compound.
A cleaning powder used to remove iron stains from gemstone slabs. Very hard to find!
Red Rouge Bar
A good final polish for glass and jewelry metals. Fast cutting action and some degree of color on brass, copper, aluminum and plastics.
White Rouge Bar
For quick polishing of hard metals such as chrome, stainless steel and polish.