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what pads/discs to use w/ angle grinder?

I'm getting an angle grinder (air powered) and don't know what type of discs to get for it? I plan on using it to prep metal (sand) clean welds, etc....I guess I'm asking what accesories I should also be getting w/my die grinder?

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Pad suggestion

For small jobs I use a Roloc set up. They have several sizes like 1" 2" 3" and have a good variety of pads to choose from. They have the buffing style pads that are color coded according to the roughness. They also have sanding discs that vary in grit like regular sanding materials. The part I like the most is that the pads and discs just spin in the base with a small twist and when they wear out you just spin one off and another on with no tools.
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