The fore part of the burnisher is then passed rapidly all over the rubbing paper with a firm pressure (fig. 107).
Next, he rubbed it with emery paper, and finished it with a burnisher.
This is distemper gilding to which a face has been given with the burnisher.
In a paroxysm of excitement, Mller stabbed himself with a burnisher.
She explained the bargain, the burnisher approving of everything, nodding his head continually.
"Now, be sure you get everything out that's under there," said the burnisher.
The burnisher is shown here held in the right hand ready for the next operation See Figs. 106 & 107.
Industriously from between the cylinders of the burnisher rolled the finished depictments of Coralio's citizens.
In one corner of the room an excited whispered conference was going on between the burnisher, his wife, and his fat sister-in-law.
Is the glossy appearance, observed in finished photographs, attained solely by use of the burnisher?
burnisher bur·nish·er (bûr'nə-shər)
An instrument for smoothing and polishing the surface or edge of a dental restoration.