Woodstock D2904 Black Buffing Compound, 1-Pound

ASIN: B0000DD35Y
Brand: Woodstock
Post : 4 mon ago (January 27, 2017) | 77 views.

Feature :

  • Black buffing compound
  • Rough cut on stainless steel and iron
  • For stainless steel and Iron
  • 1 pound bar


  • List Price : $9.95
  • Price : $9.95
  • Usually ships in 24 hours
  • Price on Fri, 27 Jan 2017 02:24:49

Description :

Designed to be used with Hard buffing wheels, this compound is perfect for the initial rough cut on stainless steel and iron. 1 pound Bar.

Woodstock D2904 Black Buffing Compound, 1-Pound :

* Create a communication plan with your employees, including pre-arranged meeting points in case of telephone or cell phone outages.

* Review your insurance coverage with your insurance agent. Give your agent appropriate emergency contact information.

* Photograph or videotape your building or office – inside and outside – before a hurricane. Keep these records off premises.

* Prepare for your short-term and long-term energy needs. Consider installing a generator if necessary.

* Prepare a list of vendors to provide disaster recovery services.

* Ensure your employees’ contact information is up-to date and that you have a plan in place to communicate after the storm passes.

* Make multiple back-ups of computer files and data, andstore records off premises. Turn off all computers and cover them with plastic bags.

* Create a communication plan with your employees, including pre-arranged meeting points in case of telephone or cell phone outages.

* Review your insurance coverage with your insurance agent. Give your agent appropriate emergency contact information.

* Photograph or videotape your building or office – inside and outside – before a hurricane. Keep these records off premises. …

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At the office: What to do now

* Create a communication plan with your employees, including pre-arranged meeting points in case of telephone or cell phone outages.

* Review your insurance coverage with your insurance agent. Give your agent appropriate emergency contact information.

* Photograph or videotape your building or office – inside and outside – before a hurricane. Keep these records off premises.

* Prepare for your short-term and long-term energy needs. Consider installing a generator if necessary.

* Prepare a list of vendors to provide disaster recovery services.

* Ensure your employees’ contact information is up-to date and that you have a plan in place to communicate after the storm passes.

* Make multiple back-ups of computer files and data, andstore records off premises. Turn off all computers and cover them with plastic bags.

* Create a communication plan with your employees, including pre-arranged meeting points in case of telephone or cell phone outages.

* Review your insurance coverage with your insurance agent. Give your agent appropriate emergency contact information.

* Photograph or videotape your building or office – inside and outside – before a hurricane. Keep these records off premises.

* Prepare for your short-term and long-term energy needs. Consider installing a generator if necessary.

* Prepare a list of vendors to provide disaster recovery services.

* Ensure your employees’ contact information is up-to date and that you have a plan in place to communicate after the storm passes.

* Make multiple back-ups of computer files and data, andstore records off premises. Turn off all computers and cover them with plastic bags.

At the office: As the storm draws near

* Move items away from the windows.

* Park vehicles in safe, protected areas such as a covered garage.

* Record a special voice mail containing your phone and/or pager number(s) so employees and customers can reach you.

* Be sure pagers, cell phones, laptop computers and other electronics have new batteries.

* Lock drawers and file cabinets.

* Unplug all lamps, radios and equipment in case of a power surge.

* Close your offices in sufficient time to allow employees to secure their homes, obtain supplies and evacuate if necessary.

At home: What to do now

* Develop an emergency plan including evacuation routes, special medical needs, important phone numbers, and a supply list.

* Decide in advance on a safe space to ride out the storm if you stay at home during a hurricane. The best locations are large interior closets, bathrooms or hallways with windows.

* Have a battery-operated radio, multiple flashlights, and a battery-operated fan along with extra batteries in the event of a power outage.

* Develop an emergency plan including evacuation routes, special medical needs, important phone numbers, and a supply list.

* Decide in advance on a safe space to ride out the storm if you stay at home during a hurricane. The best locations are large interior closets, bathrooms or hallways with windows.

* Have a battery-operated radio, multiple flashlights, and a battery-operated fan along with extra batteries in the event of a power outage.

At home: What do to as the storm nears

* Review your emergency plan with your family.

* Turn off and unplug any non-essential electrical equipment.

* Keep food fresh in the event of a power outage byturning refrigerators and freezers to their coldest settings ahead of time.

* Continue to monitor storm conditions should your power go out by listening to your local news on a battery-powered radio for regular updates from FPL.

* Put important documents in a waterproof container.

* Photograph or videotape your home – inside and outside – before a hurricane.

Post-storm safety tips for work and home

* Be patient. Make the safety of your family and home your top priority. Do not return to your workplace until it’s safe to travel.

* Always stay away from fallen wires, flooded areas and debris.

* Make emergency repairs only if and when it is safe to do so. Repairs that prevent looting or further damage should have top priority.

* Follow safe operating procedures for portable generators. Review the manufacturer’s guide before operating. Never run one inside your home.

* Take inventory to determine and record losses (documents, equipment, etc.).

* Photograph or videotape your building, office or home – inside and outside – after a hurricane.

* Be patient. Make the safety of your family and home your top priority. Do not return to your workplace until it’s safe to travel.

* Always stay away from fallen wires, flooded areas and debris.

* Make emergency repairs only if and when it is safe to do so. Repairs that prevent looting or further damage should have top priority.

* Follow safe operating procedures for portable generators. Review the manufacturer’s guide before operating. Never run one inside your home.

* Take inventory to determine and record losses (documents, equipment, etc.).

* Photograph or videotape your building, office or home – inside and outside – after a hurricane.

* Prepare for your short-term and long-term energy needs. Consider installing a generator if necessary.

* Prepare a list of vendors to provide disaster recovery services.

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