Josco - Brumby Tripoli Cutting Compound (Brown)
Josco - Brumby Tripoli Cutting Compound (Brown)
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Josco - Brumby Tripoli Cutting Compound (Brown)

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Suitable for use on a bench grinder. Use with the Josco Stitched Rag Buff.

Tripoli is a cutting compound for general purpose cutting work on copper, aluminium and most metals. It achieves the best results when used with a Stitched Rag Buff. Cutting refers to removing light scratch marks, and it is suggested to follow up with a polishing combination after to refine the finish.

Brumby Tripoli Cutting Compound is best used as a general
purpose cutting compound for copper, brass, aluminium and most metals, and is for use with a Josco Stitched Rag or Loose Leaf Calico Polishing Buff. 

It is important to recognise that different metals have varying characteristics which require the correct buff and compound to be used when working on your surface material. For best results, only apply a small amount of compound at a time. It is better to apply small amounts of compound frequently rather than overdressing the buff.


  • Barcode: 9314028001408
  • Size: Standard
  • Colour: Brown

Directions for use:

  1. Most buffs have a tapered centre bore, and
    maybe mounted on the left or right of your
    grinder using a tapered spindle.
  2. Select the correct buffs and compounds
    for your job. Initial cutting can be done with a
    fast-cut compound and either a stitched sisal
    or a stitched rag buff followed by a polishing
    compound and a loose-leaf buff. For best
    results, never use different compounds on
    the one buff – keep a separate buff for each
  3. Apply the compound across the face of the
    rotating buff for a few seconds, taking care
    not to apply too much compound which will
    overload the buff. It is far better to apply a little
    compound more frequently than to overdress
    the buff.
  4. After applying the compound to the buff,
    bring the workpiece into contact with the buff
    and with light pressure, move back and forth
    across the job.
  5. After polishing, remove any compound
    the residue left on the workpiece with mineral
    turpentine or methylated spirits, or warm soapy


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