CLEAN & FINISH SANDING DISC FOR METAL FINISHING
We carry three different types of Hook & Loop Surface Conditioning sanding discs. The coarse which is brown, is a high strength disc that is like a 80 - 100 grit. The medium disc which is maroon in color, is a high strength disc that finishes like a 150 - 180 grit. Finally the blue which is the fine, is a high strength disc that finishes like a 240 - 320 grit. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if further questions.
✅ Best for deburring and finish sanding
✅ High strength discs! Long lasting & won't tear or fray.
✅ Leaves a uniform and consistent finish on both ferrous and non-ferrous metals
✅ Can be used on aluminum, stainless steel or steel.
What do you use a coarse scotch brite sanding disc for?
Coarse clean & finish discs are used to give a uniform or satin finish. These have a grit range similar to a 60 - 80 grit. These discs easily finish & smooth out contoured parts and are durable so that you can finish edges and welds. These are used to leave a satin finish, blend out tool marks, and clean surface imperfections.
What do you use the medium scotch brite sanding disc for?
The blue buff & blend disc is used for deburring and finishing edges & welds. It will leave a satin line grain finish because the grit is equivalent to a 150 - 180 grit scratch pattern. These discs are great for stainless steel fabricators that are working on stainless steel or steel such sa with plumbing fixtures, door handles, food equipment, aluminum extruded products, aircraft engine parts for the aerospace industry, metallurgical parts or orthopedic implants.
What do you use the very fine scotch brite sanding disc for?
The blue very fine disc is considered a high strength disc and finish like a 220 to 320 grit, however when lightly brushing the metal they can seem to finish much finer. Clean & finish discs are popularized by 3M and are great for light deburring and final finishing of small stainless steel, aluminum or steel parts. These Maroon clean & finish discs are commonly used for edge radiusing, deburring threaded parts, pre-finish on precious metals prior to metal polishing among many other uses. Most common markets that use these buff & blend discs are the aerospace, aircraft equipment, foundries, machine builders, machine shops, mold & die shops etc. A universal disc that is very high quality!