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burnishing

Raising the gloss of a surface by rubbing.
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Georgina Hooley AA BURNISHING paste, like you use to polish dull car paintwork, should remove the stain.
The considerable improvement on conventional techniques would be the implementing of a finishing method that provides a regular surface microgroove pattern, in particular, the vibration burnishing process [1; 4].
Burnishing is another word for polishing, but with coatings it means an unwanted increase in gloss or sheen due to scrubbing, spot cleaning, or rubbing/ brushing by furniture or even fingernails (see Figure 2).
3M has introduced the Sky Blue Hi Performance Burnish Pad 3050, an extremely durable burnishing floor pad engineered to deliver high-gloss Hours while reducing burn and swirl marks on softer finishes.
Additional services offered by Marshall include knurling, milling, stamping, broaching, burnishing, heat-treating, electro cleaning, electro polishing and plating.
Roller Burnishing is a cold-work finishing process, in which a fine surface finish is produced by the planetary motion of hardened and highly polished metal roll(s) on the workpiece surface.
Burnishing tools will include multi-roll, single-roll, and diamond burnishing tools, for sizing, fine finishing, and work-hardening of bores and shafts.
Delta TechOps, the maintenance division of Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), has become the exclusive commercial aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider of a new technology known as Low Plasticity Burnishing (LPB).
The best results come from applying two or more layers, and from practicing your trowel and burnishing technique on drywall scraps first.