- Open web is ideal for applying compounds and polishes and creating satin finishes on lacquer
- Flexible and conformable material is ideal for finishing irregular surfaces and accessing hard-to-reach areas
- Suitable for hand use on oscillating and disc-compatible dual pad rubbing machines
- Thick, light, open web material holds compounds or polishes for uniform distribution
- Suitable for metal, wood, composite, glass and advanced materials
Our Scotch-Brite™ Super Polish Disc is a soft, springy, non-woven disc that offers a high degree of conformability for final-step, satin finishing. The pliable, open web is an ideal medium for use with compounds to help generate a uniform finish.
Non-woven disc offers a high degree of conformability for final-step satin finishing
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The thick, open-web fibers of our Scotch-Brite™ Super Polish Disc are buoyant, flexible and responsive. This means the Scotch-Brite™ Super Polish Disc will cut consistently without rigidity and refrain from gouging, marring or damaging the surface. It delivers a nice scratch pattern when used appropriately with a solvent. Customarily, when removing surface imperfections like bubbles or contaminants from substrates such as wood, a multi-step process occurs. First, a tough abrasive aggressively sands and abrades the surface, so the porosity of the surface is reduced. This helps with even application of a lacquer later on. Then, after achieving the desired finish and removing imperfections, a polishing abrasive helps to infuse the substrate with a lasting glow. A satin polish, for example, will likely fall somewhere in between a flat or glossy appearance. Our Scotch-Brite™ Super Polish Disc delivers during the second phase.
In addition to being flexible and buoyant, our Scotch-Brite™ Super Polish Disc holds polishes and compounds and distributes them evenly while working the surface. Talc is incorporated into the non-woven fibers of our Scotch-Brite™ Super Polish Disc to enhance its polishing capability. As the fibers wear, fresh talc is exposed to provide a consistent finish throughout the life of the product. In woodworking, this material can be used with polish to create a satin finish in topcoat rubbing applications.