Canadian Polishing Tool Allows High Polish In Tight Spaces

Created to make buffing and polishing easier, H.T. Mould, Inc. of Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada has recently released Polish Boss, the first of its kind to use an air-filled drum. The flexible rubber drum, inflated with any pump, enables the tool to conform to a wider variety of convex or concave shapes than other polishing tools. And because the air in the drum can absorb heat, it also extends the life of its belts. Polish Boss is particularly suited for boat parts, motorcycles and cars.

Until now, polishing tools with a solid drum did not have the ability to reach all surface points easily. This was particularly troublesome for curved, hard-to-reach items like exhaust pipes and antique bumpers. Polish Boss solves that problem with an air-filled drum made of flexible rubber. Easily inflated with any bike pump, the drum provides "give" which allows the belt to conform to just about any surface. Curved areas and tight areas can now be polished more effectively.

Polish Boss also saves money for those working on bikes, cars, aircraft or marine vessels by extending the life of sleeves and belts. The tool fits on any drill. And a sanding belt can replace the polishing sleeve for greater capability.

"I've been making tools for decades and the Polish Boss is the most exciting because the benefits are so valuable," says Heinz Hutt, President of H.T. Mould, Inc. "So many car detailers, bike shops and DIYers have loved the tool once they tried it. I imagine many more will find it indispensable."

Polish Boss is available in three sizes: 3/4" diameter x 2" length, 1.5" diameter x 4" length and 3 5/8" diameter x 5" length. It carries a MSRP of $59.80 and is currently available at or

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