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Diamond Hand Pad Pack

$93.95 USD
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Item# 77000
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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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5 stars Important tool By on
Pros : I use this to take off the rough edges on fused glass.
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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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Pros : I use these just about every time I fuse. They are a must-have if you don't have a grinder! They are my go-to if my cut is not quite straight and are really handy for putting nice clean edges on jewelry. Also handy for getting stuck-on shelf wash off the bottom of your pieces. I use the 70 grit the most often, and it takes a lot of material off quickly. The higher grits are good for smoothing out rough spots or burs.
Cons : Great for smaller pieces, but sometimes I wish they were just a bit larger.
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