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Average Salary for Buffer Copper in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Buffer Copper in District of Columbia - District Average is $43,083.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Buffer Copper in District of Columbia - District Average is $20.71.

The average bonus of a(n) Buffer Copper in District of Columbia - District Average is $663.00.

Job Description:

Buffs items such as automobile trim or accessories, hardware, or fabricated plastic parts with cloth buffing wheel. Holds and moves parts against wheel to smooth surfaces, produce specified finish, or cut down plating defects, such as burns or salt deposits, using knowledge of metals and buffing operations. Coats buffing wheel by holding buffing compound stick against revolving wheel. Pushes and manipulates work piece against buffing wheel to remove scratches and defects and produce specified finish, using knowledge of buffing operations and finishes. Replaces worn buffs, using wrench. Uses care not to cut through plate when buffing plated surfaces. May polish brass eye castings used in fitting wooden shuttles and clean castings in series of chemical solutions. Less

Buffs items such as automobile trim or accessories, hardware, or fabricated plastic parts with cloth buffing wheel. Holds and moves parts against wheel to smooth surfaces, produce specified finish, or cut down plating defects, such as burns or salt deposits,... More

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