NEW! JoolTool - FLAT TOP Soft Stone and Glass Kit 4"
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Use the new FLAT TOP Add-on kit together with your JoolTool to shape and polish soft stones and glass. Take a stone from a rough state to a high polish.
These new flat discs are not see-through, and you work on top of the disc rather than on the underside. The 4" discs has a larger working surface so are ideal for larger stones or glass bottles, and they last longer than a 3" disc too!
Add this to your existing JOOLTOOL System. Perfect for turquoise, rhodochrosite, other porous stones, as well as glass. Also suitable to remove scratches from watch crystal, Waterford crystal, and other glass.
If you want a high polish on HARD stones, choose the FLAT TOP HARD & SOFT STONE LAPIDARY AND GLASS KIT instead, which includes the full range of abrasives so you can grind and polish stones of any hardness
All necessary 3M Abrasives, Backpads and Cushion Pads are included.
What's in the kit?
- 6 x FLAT TOP Back Pad Discs - 4"
- 4 x FLAT TOP Cushion Pads - 4"
- 1 x 3M Diamond Grinding Abrasive - Coarse
- 1 x 74 Micron 3M Microfinishing Diamond Abrasive
- 1 x 45 Micron 3M Microfinishing Diamond Abrasive
- 1 x 30 Micron 3M Microfinishing Diamond Abrasive
- 1 x 20 Micron 3M Microfinishing Diamond Abrasive
- 1 x JOOLTOOL FLAT TOP Felt polishing Disc (Polishing Stones <7.5 Mohs scale)
- 1 x JOOLTOOL Super Polishing Compound (1 oz bar)
The Diamond Grinding Abrasive and Felt Disc do not require a Cushion Pad
NOTE: If you want to achieve a high polish on HARD stones (like agate, amethyst, emerald, sapphire, ruby and more), choose the FLAT TOP HARD & SOFT STONE LAPIDARY AND GLASS KIT instead which includes the full range of abrasives so you can grind and polish stones of any hardness
What stones is this kit suitable for?
Soft Stones - when JoolTool say soft stones they usually mean equal-to or lower in hardness than turquoise, rhodochrosite, opal, apatite, and fluorite; i.e. stones with a Moh's scale rating below 7.5. This is just a guide. There are many more stones than listed here, and you can come across stones with varying degrees of hardness, even within the same stone shape!