Nylon Fiber Polishing Wheel Abrasive Pad for Angle Grinder
Nylon fiber polishing buffing wheel abrasive pads for angle grinders are an effective and efficient way to buff and polish various materials, including metal, wood, plastic, and more. These pads are made of nylon fibers and abrasive particles, which are bonded together to form a dense, durable pad that can withstand high speeds and pressures.
These polishing pads are designed to be used with angle grinders, which are versatile power tools that can be used for a wide range of applications, including cutting, grinding, and polishing. When used with a nylon fiber polishing buffing wheel, an angle grinder can be used to buff and polish surfaces to a high shine.
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5P, 7P, 9P
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