How to Polish Nails Using a Buffer
Once you have picked the nail buffer of your choice, it is time to start buffing. If you are buffing for the first time, then I would recommend using a buffing block as it is easier to work with it. You can choose a 3-surface or 4-surface buffing block. Most buffing blocks come with numbers etched on its surface to denote the degree of coarseness or grit (varying from 1 - 4).