HOW TO …

How do I repair & polish glass?

 

Just watch the video below.

How do I polish Turquoise & similar soft stones?

 

Just watch the video below.

How do I polish Opals and similar stones?

 

Just watch the video below.

How do I install or change bits and brushes onto handpieces?

 

Simple! It depends on your handpiece. See the videos below!

Type 44 Multi-Purpose Handpiece

Type 30 Adjustable Jaw Handpiece

Type 20 Quick-Change Handpiece

How do I set up the SEE-THRU™ Felt Disc

 

See below for Anie’s tips on installing and preparing your felt wheel.

How do I install Abrasives & Backpads?

 

See the video or refer to the picture below.

Can I re-use abrasives after removing them from the Backpad?

 

NO! The adhesive part of an abrasive will stick to the Backpad ONLY ONCE, so make sure you wait till your abrasive is completely worn out before removing/unsticking it. Ideally, you should have a Backpad for every abrasive that you are using. Please do NOT re-use abrasives that have been removed/unstuck from the Backpad because it can be DANGEROUS. The lifted parts of the abrasive can “push” or “kick” any object that you are trying to work on! If you have learned about this a little too late and your Jooltool experience is about to be ruined, simply contact us and we’ll gladly help you out.

Can I use one Backpad for all my abrasives?

 

Preferably not. The adhesive part of an abrasive will stick to the Backpad ONLY ONCE, so make sure you wait till your abrasive is completely worn out before removing/unsticking it. Ideally, you should have a Backpad for every abrasive that you are using. Please do NOT re-use abrasives that have been removed/unstuck from the Backpad because it can be DANGEROUS. The lifted parts of the abrasive can “push” or “kick” any object that you are trying to work on! If you have learned about this a little too late and your Jooltool experience needs improvement, simply contact us and we’ll gladly help you out.

How do I shape & polish stones?

 

See below for Anie’s tips on repairing scratches on stones & bringing them up to a high polish. You can also follow the chart below.