What is an Acrylic Polishing?
Acrylic products usually polished because it provides a perfect finishing. It is so because most often acrylic products carry dents well. The unwanted areas on acrylic products need a proper polishing, as it provides correct shape to the final product.
An acrylic product that finishes professionally is more profitable as compared to an unfinished one. An acrylic product that is polished is having a more professional elegance than other ones. Thus, professionalism and sales polishing are must for acrylic products.
Points to keep in mind before polishing acrylic products:
Different approaches used for acrylic Polishing, are given as follows:
1. Polishing of the edge
You can craft a higher level of product finishing on its edge. If you having an edge that effectively passes through the grinders, then polishing can be done with the edges and there is no need of using sand.
The polishing compound is another factor that decides the final result of polishing. If someone likes to make a shinier look, then they can use speedy compounds for cutting, to remove any kind of unwanted marks of sand from the product.
2. Polishing of the Surface
If your product carries any machinery mark with not very internal effect, then you have the option to polish the surface of the product without using sand. You can use muslin also which has gone through the bleaching process because it becomes soft after that.
Whenever polishing any part of the product, you should keep that area cool while in motion all the time. Don’t make use of high pressure; it will lead to damage your product because of high temperature.
3. Rub-down the Edges
Sanding or rubbing of the edges can be done in dry or wet any two ways. You can use your hands and lots of water while sanding the edge. Use sand bock for creating perfectly even edges.
4. Rub-down the Surface
Rubbing of surfaces shouldn’t be complete if you find any unwanted bumps or dents which are not go away even after polishing. You should use plenty of water for creating a good and perfect finishing. A sheet usually gets highly heated if you are not using water.
5. Scrape the Product’s Edge
Also, you can scrape out the edges of the product with the use of a scraper. Use any metal which has good sharpness and flat edges. Your scraper should have the sharpest and finest square edges.
At the last, you can use the welding of an oxygen-hydrogen torch that helps to flame polish the edge of the product.
By following these steps, you can make Acrylic Polishing of your product.