Abrasives Disc Paper for Auto and Metal Surface

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Abrasives Disc  Paper for Auto and Metal Surfac 

Abrasives disc  Paper is made of high-quality alumina sand powder and kraft paper base, and bound with 100% real resin. Abrasives disc  Paper is mainly used in the grinding and buffing of automobiles, home furnishings, leather, 

home appliance cases, and mechanical parts.Abrasives disc  Paper can grind with water and has a highly-polished work piece. It will not contaminate the work piece when operating, and does not create dust pollution. It is moderately soft. Aluminum oxide ,silicon carbide and so on 

waterproof abrasives disc  Paper for wet sanding of paints, primes, surfaces of the automobile industries ,abrasives sanding paperalso used for sanding and finishing of plastics, leather ,mechanical components , furniture, precision instrument and hardware .




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