Guide to Satene / Scratch Finishing Metal

Guide to Satene / Scratch Finishing Metal

There are various different products you can use to put a satene/scratch finish on to metal substrates..
If the metal is still in a poor state you will most likely need to start with an abrasive to remove the deepest scratches and imperfections (contact us for more advice on tooling and abrasives).
For Satene/Scratch finishing by hand we supply both non-woven (saiclon) handpads and rolls. The products are available in a variety of sizes in a full range of grades ranging from extra course to super fine (contact us for an accurate recommendation).
For Satene/Scratch finishing via machine there are various different options, again depending on your application. You can use a abrasive belt machines with non-woven (saiclon) belts, non-woven lap mops used on polishing spindles, non-woven spindle mounted flap wheels used on die grinders, non-woven rollers or finishing wheels for angle grinders. We provide an extensive selection of products to suit all requirements (contact us for an accurate recommendation).
For a fine satene finish when hand polishing we provide SAIC satene compound to be applied to our loosefold B or F polishing mops.
As you can see there are plenty of ways to scratch finish metal substrates and it all depends on your application. We strongly recommend that you contact us via phone, email or our site request visit form so we can make you an accurate recommendation on what will be best for you free of charge.

** Please bear in mind that this is a broad guide to metal polishing. For a more in-depth, specific guide we will happily look at your application and make exact recommendations based on your requirements.