Jewelers’ buffs are small wheels buffs generally 6” in diameter and smaller. They can be made from either firm mill treated cloth for cut and polish work or soft untreated muslin and flannel for final finishing. Dip treatments are not common or recommended. Available in both loose construction or concentric sewn and the center is either treated with shellac or sewn with leather to help prevent overstretching in multiple mounts and dismounts. Quarter inch center hole is standard for use on a tapered spindle. Most commonly used by Jewelers in the manufacturing and finishing processes of jewelry and like items.