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Diamond Hand Pad Pack

$99.95 USD
A $114.80 value.
Item# 77000
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • High quality diamond abrasive surface makes smoothing rough edges easy
  • Perfect hand held size – pad measures about 4-1/4" x 2-1/2" x 1-1/4" each
  • Can be used wet or dry
  • Includes one of each grit: 70, 120, 220, and 400


Product Description

Four Pack!
Ideal for cold working small fused projects. Use all four grits in conjunction to take your project from unfinished to high sheen. Just start with a lower grit pad and work your way up to the highest grit for a beautiful shine. Also great for taking the sharp edges off of glass. The surface of each pad has a plated diamond abrasive surface that is permanently glued to the semi-flexible foam support pad. Use wet or dry for fine work on glass, marble, ceramics, granite and other composites. Pads measure about 4.25" x 2.5" x 1.25".

Save when you buy this four pack of Diamond Hand Pads. Includes one of each grit: 70, 120, 220, and 400. Also sold separately.

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Pros : I use this to take off the rough edges on fused glass.
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Pros : Work great.
Cons : One of the pads started pealing off. I just used a little E 6000 and stuck it back on.
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  •   Diamonds;more than a girls best friend
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Pros : Long lasting, efficient tool to smooth and polish stained and fused glass projects. Use of the fine pad with water reduces the need to fire polish many fused pieces.
Cons : None identified to date...having used my pads for more than 12 months.
Other Thoughts : Worth their weight in gold for the glass they have saved and the time reduced to eliminate flaws in my work. An excellent investment for your glass studio.
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