- Hard density buffing felt wheel, ideal for buffing many different materials such as metals, stainless steel, jewelry, wood and much more; it can also work with any polishing compound
- Easily use your 6-inch bench grinder as a buffing machine; the 1/2-inch arbor (center hole) allows it to easily mount on most buffing machines and bench grinders
- Great for finishing stainless steel knife blades after sharpening and removing scratches when used with the appropriate compound
- Made of 100% wool fibers packed very densely with a thick-edged wheel (1-inch thick) to provide an ideal buffing/polishing surface for sharpened knives and blades
Dimensions: 6 inch [152 mm] Wide / 1 inch Thickness
Arbor: 1/2 inch arbor (Center hole)
Material Densely Compressed wool fibers
Hard Density Wheel Perfect for Polishing
The buffing wheel is firm and thick, made of 100% wool fibers packed very densely in a form of a buffing wheel with a thick edge (1-inch thick) to provide an ideal buffing/polishing surface for sharpened knives and blades
Transform your Bench Grinder into a Buffing Machine
With a 1/2 inch arbor and 6 inch diameter, this wheel should nicely into your bench grinder of 4500 RPM Max capacity.
Allows you to polish up, hone and deburr knife blades and other cutting tools after sharpening!
Products are great. I had a bit of trouble with the website but a quick phone solved that problem. After I placed the order someone from your company followed up with me because I wanted three different polishing compounds but somehow I got three of the same. I immediately replied to the person and the problem was solved. Very happy with products and thankful that someone realized my problem and took a couple of minutes to reach out and do a followup and correct my mistake.. You are certainly doing the right thing.. Thank you. Jim
This pad is thick and dense as a good felt polish wheel should be. It polishes rocks beautifully and will last a very, very long time.
Either the wheel is not round or the hole is drilled in the wrong spot. I will try it however very carefully. Might have to try to true it up with a chisel, or something similar.
I prefer these hard felt wheels to bring a flat surface with sharpe edges on gold, silver or bronze up to a bright, final polish.
Hard as a felt wheel should be so that it doesn’t round over a sharp cutting edge