Alpha Felt Wheel for Polishing With Powder
Felt Wheels For Polishing with Powder
- Hook and Loop backed, 1/4" thick, Max Rpm 4000
- Use with our buffing compound on Marble or Granite
- Medium density
- Water hole drilled through the wheel
- Very popular material for the final buff process in stone fabrication
- Alpha Felt Wheels are hook and loop backed buffing wheels designed for use with polishing powders, polishing pastes, and polishing bars to bring out a deep glossy finish on marble and delicate granite edges such as ogees & bullnoses
- Marble fabricators love the luster they obtain
- Monumentalists like the durability of the Alpha Felt Wheel
- Tile contractors rave about the glossy finish they can present to their customers
- Designed specifically to hold up to the acidic contents of most polishing compounds and the heat that is typically generated during the final polishing process
- 1/4" thick with the perfect degree of hardness versus softness
- The wool fibers have been combed, batted, hardened then felted providing longer life and consistent density for your most rigorous finishing needs
Ratings & Reviews
excellent and durable. I am impressed.
by steve -
I polished my marble floor in my bathroom which was 20 years old and looking like it. I used the increasing grit pads and finished it off with the polishing compound using the polishing pad. worked well.
Don't let the size fool you
by eJunky -
Good pollishing wheel, worked for me
by gregory007 -
I used this polishing pad to do the finish polish on a granite project, I used my 22000 rpm phneumatic die grinder to finish the granite edge and a garden hose to feed a water stream. It did not fall off or wear out. The velcro is great for quick changing out the pad. I bought 2 of them, I am set to do a polishing project on my marble walls in the bathroom, by the look of the quality it will do the whole project, and still be usefull for another project.
by John -
This product has worked very well along with Dia-Glo compund for polishing a granite tile install. Invariably there are small variations in setting tile. At those corner intersections I was able to polish the down flat.