How are Surface Prep Buff and Blend Discs constructed?
The discs are 2-ply to help reduce lines while preparing metal. Each ply is epoxied together to prevent flaring through the life of the surface preparation buffing and blending disc.
When do I use Surface Prep Buff and Blend Discs?
Surface Prep Buff and Blend Discs should be used for moderate surface cleaning and deburring (smoothing) before polishing.
After surface preparation, one may choose to follow up with sanding at 320 Grit to remove any remnants left behind by the disc. For a final polish, follow up with fine-grit Sanding Disc, then use the Tripoli compound and an Airway Buffing Wheel.
Works great for heavily oxidized and pitted surfaces!
Great fir sanding rough surfaces
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Started my own business in August polishing semis and the buff and blend disks have saved me countless hours of sanding. Love
The 2 ply wheel works wonders on fixing curb rash
If you want to get thru some material this is what you wanna use!
The mojoman M.
Here is a collage of different phases on the same wheel using the buff and blend Wheels makes it really easy check out what the began at versus what the wheel finished at
Alot of my customers are constantly in and out of lime quarries which puts a burden on their finishes. This wheel takes off many years of wear and tear in just a few moments.
Really like this product used thinner one that did not last these seem to last
Love the product but little on the pricey side.
Picture of what that Rim look like that I offered a review on earlier
Here is a truck rim I have used the blue wheel on partially take a good look at what it was compared to what the blue sanding wheel brought it back to how use a fine grit wheel and then I'll sandpaper it to save a little time have to do many of these
chris morrow aka the MojoMan
seeing is believing
ive used prep pads for a while now and ill happily say they save time and energy by shortening the sanding job for polishing