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buff

1. 
a. a dull yellow or yellowish-brown colour
b. (as adjective): buff paint
2. 
a. a cloth or pad of material used for polishing an object
b. a flexible disc or wheel impregnated with a fine abrasive for polishing metals, etc., with a power tool

buff

1. To clean and polish a surface so that a high luster results.
2. To grind down and/or polish a floor finish of terrazzo or other exposed-aggregate concrete.
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The wine glasses still end up with spots or fog that need to be buffed. In some cases, you even need to use steam to effectively buff the wine glasses.
Halo is a hazy area of the coating that usually forms around the edges of the unsanded buffed area.
Using a diamond saw, he sliced the ax parallel to the polished surface and then buffed the new surfaces with commercial polishing equipment using three abrasives: diamond, corundum, and quartz.