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Frequently Asked Questions
What is grit?
Grit refers to a diamond particle size. The lower it is, the larger and coarser the particles are, and vice versa. For example, 200,000 Grit diamond powder is much finer than 400 Grit. Therefore, each grit is suitable for a specific application. That is why one should avoid accidentally mixing up different diamond powders or use the wrong powder by mistake. Hence, the best practice is to use new applicators (buffs, cloths, etc.) with each grit.
What is the difference between pastes with 10%, 25%, and 50% concentrations of diamond powder?
The higher the concentration is, the more diamond powder is in paste, and the less time and effort it will take to achieve the same result. If one needs to polish something small and (or) once, light concentration will work perfectly. For professional usage and (or) for large-scale work, we recommend taking higher concentration compounds.
Do you use polycrystalline diamond powders or monocrystalline?
Our diamond powders are polycrystalline.
What should I do if the compound is solid and impossible to eject?
It can happen due to the composition. If the paste is solid and does not come out as smoothly as you would like it to, put it in hot water or a microwave for 15 seconds. That will fix the problem.