How to Use Ryobi Buffing Compound?

Answer Ryobi compound is a paste with tiny particles in it that buff out minor imperfections in metal surfaces, including car paint finish. By applying the compound to the buffing pad of a power buffer, y... Read More »

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Is the Ryobi 1801 the same as the Ryobi 1803?

Ryobi 1801 and Ryobi 1803 batteries look identical to each other; however, they are not the same. Despite this, these batteries are compatible with one another and can be interchanged. The 1801 fea... Read More »

Is zinc chloride an ionic compound or a molecular compound?

Zinc chloride constitutes an ionic compound because it contains both a metal, zinc ion, and a nonmetal, chloride ion. Molecular compounds, also known as “covalent compounds,” contain only nonme... Read More »

Spackling Compound Vs. Plaster or Drywall Compound for Repairs?

The best material for repairs depends on the extent of the damage to be repaired and the type of material being repaired. A general rule is to make repairs with like materials, but drywall compound... Read More »

Floor Buffing & Waxing?

The instant that foot traffic is allowed on a freshly finished VCT (vinyl composition tile) floor, the finish becomes soiled and starts to wear off. Shoe soles are abrasive to floor finishes and, e... Read More »