jeweler's rouge


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jeweler's rouge

[′jü·lərz ′rüzh]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Apply a dab of jeweler's rouge to the burnished spots on your bolt and work the bolt in the action for the duration of a good Tom Selleck movie.
Consider the surface of the rubbing cloth and compare this to the surface of a piece of very-fine-grit sandpaper or perhaps a jeweler's rouge. It seems more than possible and even likely that in some instances the color transfer was one of simple abrasion.
The bracelet or plate is then polished with jeweler's rouge for a high gloss.