6″ Red Heat Discs

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6″ Red Heat Discs2023-01-06T00:13:42+00:00
Norton 6" red Heat sanding Disc

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

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Norton Red Heat 6″ No Hole discs are an excellent choice for use with the Lagler Flip and the Bona Powerdrive. These discs are designed with a hook and loop backing, which makes them easy to attach and remove from the sander. The hook and loop system uses a cloth backer with velcro discs to secure the sandpaper in place.

One of the key advantages of Norton Red Heat discs is their consistent scratch pattern, which is ideal for use with orbital or planetary sander machines for hardwood flooring. Norton Red Heat is a well-known and respected brand of sandpaper, and the ceramic minerals used in these discs are known for their consistency and effectiveness in minimizing scratches and issues when staining a hardwood floor. If you are looking for a reliable and high-performance sandpaper for your hardwood flooring project, Norton Red Heat 6″ No Hole discs are worth considering.

Norton 6″ Red Heat Sanding Disc Advantages

  • Red heat ceramic material
  • Long lasting
  • Thick cloth backing
  • Consistent scratch pattern

Norton 6″ Red Heat Discs Help & FAQ’s

How long does Red Heat Discs last?2022-09-07T02:48:56+00:00

This is impossible to say as there is a hundred different ways to use a disc. What I can say is that it lasts about the same as 3m regalite and bona blue but leaves a better scratch for your next pass. This is important if staining.

What mineral are Norton Red Heat discs made out of?2022-09-07T02:42:21+00:00

Ceramic. Not mixed ceramic or wanna be ceramic but full, reall ceramic grain.

How is the scratch pattern when using the Red Heat Discs?2022-09-07T02:41:23+00:00

The Norton Red Heat sanding discs are awesome at leaving a smaller and consistent scratch than other brands as this is a full ceramic. The full ceramic breaks down slower, is not as wild with the scratches and generally leaves a much better sanding surface for the next grit to take away the heavier scratche sin the low grits.

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