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Old 07-04-2006, 10:10 AM
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Anyone here use these and have a opinion of them ? The reasion I asked is in some places I have been using small wire brushes on my die grinder but thought I'd try some of the bristle disc . I got some 80 grit 2 inches 3M and they worked so so seemed like the bristles would come off very easy. Also thought maybe 80 grit was to lite so I got some 50 grit ones but they were not 3M they sucked big time leaving a rubber residue so to heck with those and back to the wire brishes I went . I have some 50 grit 3M disc comming but we'll see. Just thought I'd ask if anyone else has used them and what there thoughts are..


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I use the so-called roloc disc's all the time in both 3M, Sia or Indasa but I use the 3" and only 24 grit and never have had a problem like your having.

I did try the 2" 50 grit in Norton once and they seem to wear out real quick.
Never used again and still have 3/4 of a box left.
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