5″ Blaze Multiair Cyclonic Disc

Home/Norton Sandpaper/5″ Blaze Multiair Cyclonic Disc
5″ Blaze Multiair Cyclonic Disc2023-10-26T20:15:46+00:00
blaze 5

Avaliable Grits: 36g, 40g, 50g, 60g, 80g, 100g, 120g

Find a Floor Expert

Norton Blaze 5″ Multiair Hook & Loop Sanding Discs without holes are meticulously designed for compatibility with multi-disc sanders like the Bona Multi-Disc and American Sanders Hydra Sand. Crafted using a premium full-grain ceramic abrasive, these discs are renowned for their uniform scratch pattern and their exceptional ability to enhance the appearance of hardwood floors.

Professionals have relied on Norton Orange Blaze Multiair sandpaper for many years, appreciating its consistency and reliable performance. While the vibrant red color might raise concerns among some contractors, rest assured, these discs won’t transfer color onto your work surface. With a robust weight backing, these discs deliver aggressive sanding without the risk of snagging or tearing, ensuring durability and effectiveness on any floor sanding project.

Advantages of Norton Blaze 5″ Sanding Discs:

  • Convenient Hook & Loop attachment
  • Uniform scratch pattern
  • Utilizes Ceramic Grain
  • Long-lasting performance
  • Thick and resilient backing

Norton 5′ Orange Blaze Multiair Cyclonic Discs Help & FAQ’s

What are the differences between Blaze and Multiair Cyclonic Blaze?2023-10-26T20:07:13+00:00

The only main difference is that the multiair cyclonic Norton Blaze discs are meant for orbital-type machines that have a vacuum. The many holes ensure that the disc will work on any machine with a vacuum,

Are these Norton Blaze Discs good for multi-head type machines?2023-10-26T20:05:47+00:00

Absolutely, the Norton Blaze discs last long on any type of machine whether that be a multihead, powerdrive or an orbital. The blaze has a thick, tough backing to withstand the heat generated from long-use times.

Why is Norton Blaze Discs a good option?2023-10-26T20:03:20+00:00

Norton Blaze Discs are a great choice for a disc because they last long, have a good paper backing, and get the job done with fewer scratches. Unlike other sandpapers that last long, these leave less scratches for an easier time orbiting.

Title

Go to Top