Buffing is the easiest way to quickly and accurately apply an even thin wax to the workpiece. The result is a nice soft sheen that looks less plastic-like than lacquer. After sanding to at least grain 320 you can start buffing. Buffing goes in 3 steps. There are 3 different wheels; The first one feels coarse, the second is slightly less and the third feels fine. The buffing kit can also be used in the drilling column. Use the buffing wheels on some 1500 rpm. Wood that is already finished with a coating or a layer of oil can also be greatly refurbished Still buffing.
1-Use the brown stick Tripoli pasta on the coarseest wheel. This is a abrasive and a filler. 2-Use the white ' white ' diamond paste (a finer abrasive) on the slightly finer wheel. 3-Use the wax stick. With this the layer is applied with the finest wheel. This wasstick contains A.O. Carnauba. Please note that you are not using too much!