- Comes in Sets of four
- The felt buffing wheel is made of compressed natural fine wool fiber to produce a densely firm buffing wheel ideal for buffing and polishing metal surfaces
- Easy, quick, and tool-free disc changes; thanks to the integrated 5/8-11" threaded arbor on each disc, it will thread on and off your angle grinder with ease. The best part is the normal rotation of the grinder will keep the disc tight!
- 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 arbor threading that fits most common North American Angle Grinders, Ideal for metal fabrication shops and autobody workshops. Suitable for grinding, deburring, sanding, polishing, and finishing most metals
These flat wool buffing discs are for larger areas and they can be a little tricky to keep completely flat due to the stiffness - I recommend lowering speed a tad bit if you have trouble. I bought these alongside some wool with more of a "shaped" front. Those are for odd shapes but this product really excels for large areas. I wound up using both frequently. I will also note that the plastic here has a few flat areas (eg. along the edge) for putting labels to keep track of which one has which compound already. Very nice.
Fit my Ryobi angle grinder with no problem. Well made and seems sturdy.
This was everything it was advertised to be. And at a reasonable price. Rapid shipping. Have used it several times and it is holding up as I would expect.
I have a 1936 Chevrolet that has a aftermarket stainless steel chrome plated gas tank. I removed it from my vehicle and cleaned it up with some dawn dish soap. I used these buffing wheels on my angle grinder along with some chrome polish and buffing compound. It looks brand new and only took me a fraction of the time to complete.The quality of the pads are great. I barely wore down the pad, if any wear other than the color change from the polishing compound. These are good durable and thick pads. Used correctly, these should last through many of projects.Like with any high speed polishing, do not hold it in one spot. The key is to keep moving to not burn into the material being polished. Take your time, but move quickly if that makes sense. You can produce some amazing results on some hard to reach areas with these.
Very easy to put on, and they preform well.