What are you polishing? I watched a few utubes… people using pumice on furniture. It must be good but I’m not a fan for a lot of reasons. I used pumice on acrylic dental appliances using a Baldor lathe with buffing wheels. It was a wet application. Water&pumice. On the utube the craftsman is using it dry.Thanks. Pondered buying some online. Seems there are better ways to polish.
Seems like a lot of messing around to me, especially when good old Yorkshire grit is available, and does an excellent job in finishing and polishing wood and acrylicPumice is generally … flower of pumice, Course, medium or fine. It works well but for fine scratches. Wound Just my opinion.. the mesh pads are the best. Pumice is best used with a 3-4” rag wheel or felt cones. Pumice is messy … it’s having sand thrown at your face. You do not want it in your eyes. Googles are a must but we use them regardless. If you want to try it start with medium or fine.