Very shiny frets courtesy of our new industrial double ended polisher! This an old double ended polisher gifted to me by Glasgow School of Art. It was a bit battered and chipped when I got it. It was originally a metal polisher so it ran too fast at 1850rpm to polish guitar finishes…it would melt them at that speed! There wasn’t room in the machines housing to changed the v belt pulley size to bring the speed down to the 800rpm or so we needed so I had no option other than to buy a new, slower speed motor. We gave it a lick of paint and added a new control box and it’s as good as new. We use it every day to polish finishes, frets , nuts and saddles to a high sheen! We don’t know how we ever managed without it!