Buff – meaning of the word and example

To rub an object made of metal, wood, or leather in order to make it shine, using a soft, dry cloth. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A device having a soft absorbent surface (as of cloth) by which polishing material is applied. (Merriam – Webster)

If you buff the surface of something, for example your car or your shoes, you rub it with a piece of soft material in order to make it shine. (Collins Dictionary)

Give (leather) a velvety finish by removing the surface of the grain. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Buff Burnish Leather



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