I’m in the process of buffing an aluminum fuse box cover. It was already polished so I’m just sharpening it up. I’m at the coloring (White Rouge) stage and I have a few questions about issues I’m having. First of all, is there any way to keep the compund from caking up on the part? I’m not overloading the wheel or exerting a lot of pressure. I seem to be spending more time tring to get the “mud” off the part than I am buffing it. Second, how can I get rid of the milky haze the metal gets after buffing? Do I just need to buff longer? Is any of this normal? :confused: Tips would certainly be appreciated. Thanks.