- Abrasive mineral adhered to non-woven web are ideal for cleaning, blending, finishing, and light coating and corrosion removal
- Can be used with polishing compounds to create a gloss finish on wood
- Conformable pad gets into corners and over contoured surfaces to produce a uniform finish
- Can be folded, stacked, or rolled for effective cleaning or conditioning on flat, irregular, or contoured surfaces
- Open web construction resists loading and rinses clean for repeated use
3D Open Web Spring Action
Non-woven, Open-web Resists Loading
Applications where our Scotch-Brite™ Clean and Finish multi-use sheets are useful include cabinetry, custom woodworking and millwork, furniture, metal fabrication, primary wood and panel processing. Washable and reusable, this non-woven, open-web sheet resists loading to continuously provide consistent conditioning properties throughout the life of the product. Convenient 6 x 9 inch sheet may be used by hand for precise control, with a hand pad block for uniform finishing, or on an in-line sander for large area coverage.
Sharp Abrasive for Low Pressure
Scotch-Brite™ Clean and Finish Sheets are available with silicon carbide, aluminum oxide, or talc abrasive mineral. Silicon carbide is a synthetic mineral that is very sharp and commonly used for low-pressure applications such as paint prep and finishing. Aluminum oxide is a hard, blocky mineral that provides high cut-rate and long life. While silicon carbide breaks down faster than aluminum oxide, it produces a finer finish. Talc is a mild abrasive that can be used achieve a satin finish or with polish to create a high gloss finish in topcoat rubbing applications.
The Scotch-Brite™ Advantage
Our Scotch-Brite™ abrasives are unique surface conditioning products with abrasives incorporated into non-woven fiber matrix. Combining abrasives and non-woven material creates an abrasive system that delivers consistent results for the life of the product. The open-web material runs cool and is load resistant, which keeps the abrasive minerals cutting at high performance by limiting clogging of the fibers.