Abrasive Technology Diamond Products Foam Hand Pads

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Abrasive Tech
$13.24 to $27.17

Product Details

Product Details

Abrasive Technology Foam Diamond Hand Pads


  • Electroplated pad uses nickel plating technology to hold each individual diamond in place
  • Available in 70, 120, 220, 400 and 600 grits
  • 800, 1800 and 3500 grits are resin bonded
  • Diamond hand-pads work great on marble, glass, concrete hand polishing, glass kiln, petrified wood, ceramic, granite Tile, Quartz, Travertine, Terrazzo, artificial stone, natural stone hand polishing sanding & honing
  • Their ideal hand size allows for easy finishing on bull-nosed shapes and areas that are hard to reach with power tools
  • Foam block size is 2-1/4" x 4"

Directions for Use

  • Just don't expect the work to go as quickly as with a wet belt sander or flat lap. Working with hand pads is usually time consuming, but it also affords a feel and an intimacy with the glass that's not usually possible with more elaborate tools
  • As with most grinding and polishing operations, a typical job calls for using a succession of grits, from coarse to fine
  • Diamond hand pads are color coded
  • Rough grinding and polishing work often starts with a 70 grit, then proceeds to 120, 220, and 400
  • Usually 600 grit is about as fine as people use with hand pads on glass; this won't leave a highly polished surface, but it will leave a nice satin sheen
  • Regardless of the grit you're using, be very cautious if you're working close to areas that you don't want to work with the hand pads
  • The pads will quickly scratch shiny surfaces
  • Perfect for abrading glass, fiberglass and composites
  • Invaluable for seaming and edging
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8/25/2018 10:24 am

Poor quality

by Ryan

Poor quality, used the 220 grit for the first time yesterday and the diamond grit just started falling off the pad. I would suggest a different brand.