Our 9-piece Diamond Rubber Polisher Bullet Set is ideal for polishing and buffing out scratches and other imperfections on glaze and glass. This set comes with three shapes, each in three grits (medium, fine and extra-fine), making it perfect for any polishing project.
- Diamond polishing rotary tool made of extra strong solid diamond grit
- Set includes nine pieces
- Includes three shapes for various projects with three grits in each shape
- Includes medium (black), fine (green) and extra fine (cream) diamond grits
- 2.3 mm diameter shaft
- Ideal for polishing to improve the look of glaze or glass
- Remove or reduce scratches
- Rapidly polishes out scratches of scars for a better-looking final product
- Nine-piece rotary tool set includes a variety of shapes and diamond grits to tackle any project
- May require a collet (see Dremel Collet Set)
- Follow all safety precautions when using these polishing tools
- Use a cordless rotary tool to avoid water getting tool motor
- Over-grinding sharp surfaces can cause premature wear
- Keep out of the reach of children
- It is best to first grind off the glaze drip with a DiamondCore Rotary Tool, then sand down the scar with the finest available diamond sandpaper (800 grit preferred), then start with the most coarse polishing bullet, then move to the finer polishing bullet, then finishing with the finest bullet
- Do not expect to get the same sheen as when the glaze was kiln-fired
- The more minerals and powdered coloring elements there are in the glaze, the less likely to get a high-gloss finish
These bullet shaped polishing bits are exactly what I've been looking for. Dremel makes a similar bit, but just in one grade, and it doesn't polish quite well enough. This set, with three grades (coarse, medium and fine) is perfect for touching up those little spots where you had to grind an imperfection off a glazed surface (using a stone grinding bit, not these polishing bits!), such as a bit of debris that dropped onto your ware in the kiln, or a small crater in the glaze. If you somehow get a small scratch in a glazed surface (like if your tool slipped when using a stone grinding bit on the bottom of your pot) this set will erase it. They won't polish up to quite the sheen of a glossy glaze, so you can't use them on a large area, but they can definitely keep a small imperfection from turning a piece into a second. The set is absolutely worth the investment.
I love their shape and size. I'm new to lapidary, jewelery making. So excited to get to try them on some of my rough materials.