Bronze Wool better than steel wool
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Western Pacific Bronze Wool

Western Pacific Bronze Wool is great for sanding, smoothing, and stripping metal and wood finishes. Unlike steel wool, bronze wool will not leave behind fibers that can rust and damage wood and metal finishes in a marine environment.
 
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Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content
Abrasive Grit: 24 Grit
BRAND: Western Pacific
Metal: Bronze
Type: Bronze and Steel Wool
5.0 3

Perfect for Luthierie

5

I use the bronze wool to finely polish exotic woods I use in my guitar/stringed instrument making business (Luthierie). Bronze wool is a must in place of steel wool so that no steel fibers remain to eventually rust and discolor the wood or finish.Although the fine bronze wool works very well to get a quick shine on hardwoods I would like to see a very or extra fine version of it to get a really spectacular shine on wood like ebony.

Jeff B

Amelia, OH

Yes

Varnish and finish

5

I use the fine bronze wool to lightly rough up the surface between coats of varnish. It works great - doesn't rust.

Alabama Ed

Hoover, AL

Yes

It Doesn't Crumble

5

Have been turning bowls for some time. Sandpaper does not leave a satisfactory finish for staining. Steel wool leaves a smoother finish but is messy to use; it disintegrated and fragments stick into my fingers. Bronze wool provides an exceptional finish; it does not crumble or break up. Also, if a tiny piece remains in the wood, it does not rust and create problems like steel wool. I highlt recommend the Jamestown products.

Tony

Morton, IL

Yes

Western Pacific Bronze Wool

5.03

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