The felt buffing wheel is made of compressed natural fine wool fiber to produce a densely firm buffing wheel, Turns your angle grinder into a buffing machine ideal for buffing and polishing all metal surfaces.
Each disc is fitted on a hardened thick plastic backing with a hollowed-out design that allows airflow for great heat dissipation and high shatter resistance while maintaining a cooler operation, unlike traditional Type 27 center depressed wheels, which are usually thin fiberglass and can shatter during operation
Universal 4-1/2 inch diameter discs with standard 7/8 arbor hole fits all standard North American Angle Grinder brands
Ideal for metal fabrication shops and autobody workshops. Suitable for grinding, deburring, sanding, polishing, and finishing most metals
These seem to be good quality. I was a little wary of the plastic disk that connects it to the grinder, but it hasn't been an issue. I tested it by using it to basically strop my lawn mower blade after sharpening it and no, I don't think that is worth doing except as a torture test for a buffing wheel. It did a nice job and it was still usable, though a little worse for wear, after about 15 minutes or so of buffing. I made a real effort to overheat it and cause the plastic disk to deform, but it held up well. If you need some wool buffing wheels, these are a good choice.
These buffing wheels are intended to clean up and polish metal and chrome. They're rated for 11000 RPM which is great if you have a fixed speed grinder like I do. I fit one to my angle grinder for testing and there was just enough clearance that I didn't need to remove the guard. So far I've only done some limited testing on chrome parts but they definitely work - they cleaned up some chrome handles in nothing flat!
I use these LINE10 felt buffing wheels with my cordless angle grinder.They're pretty good for polishing and seem to have enough material to last some time. A pack of 10 is sure to last me a while.Would recommend.
These pads are thick and buff out metal good. The felt is about 3/8 inch thickness. They are glued to the wheel good and the fiber seems to last a long time. I feel this is a pretty good value and find nothing wrong with these pads.
I have a Bridgeport milling machine that I have been restoring and the upper covers are all aluminum and were in need of polishing. I decided to give these a try and the felt is short but does buff the metal pretty well. One pad was enough to do the whole job and is still in good condition.