Cleaning Golf Club Heads

The 421 Polishing Compound is a solid compound. A small amount will go a long way! You may also like to try the 512 fine abrasive buff for cleaning club heads.

Cleaning Golf Club Heads

Project Process in steps

Step 1
Though curing that slice is still up to you, you´ll strike the ball much more effectively with clean club head surfaces.

Cleaning Golf Club Heads
Cleaning Golf Club Heads

Step 2
Brass brushes are softer than steel, so you´ll be able to clean away dirt and oxidation without harming your club heads.

Cleaning Golf Club Heads
Cleaning Golf Club Heads

Step 3
Use brass brushes at low speed. The 535 brush is especially effective for cleaning grooved areas. Recommended speed: 15.000 rpm.

Cleaning Golf Club Heads
Cleaning Golf Club Heads

Step 4
Restore a like-new shine by following up with the 423 cloth polishing wheel and 421 polishing compound. Recommended speed: 15.000 rpm.

Cleaning Golf Club Heads
Cleaning Golf Club Heads

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  • Dremel D-Vise

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