7″-5/16″ Red Heat Discs

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7″-5/16″ Red Heat Discs2023-12-09T21:43:36+00:00
Norton 7x5-16 edger discs

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

Norton Red Heat 7″ x 5/16″ Edger Paper is a top choice for removing finish from a wood floor or sanding to a fine grit. The ceramic material used in these discs provides reliable, high-quality scratch patterns on hardwood flooring, and the Norton Red Heat brand has been trusted by contractors for many years.

These edger discs feature a seeded gel (SG) ceramic grain that stays sharp and allows for efficient sanding through coatings. They create a fine sanding pattern that looks flawless and is ideal for projects that involve staining. The F-Weight backer is strong and resistant to tearing, making these discs suitable for use on harder woods and requiring fewer changes during the sanding process. Overall, Norton Red Heat 7″ x 5/16″ Edger Paper is a reliable and cost-effective choice for your hardwood floor sanding needs.

Norton Red Heat 7″ x 5/16″ Edger DiscsSanding Belt Advantages

  • Easy to bolt on
  • Last long
  • Thick paper backing
  • Ceramic mineral
  • Great scratch pattern

Norton Red Heat 7″ x 5/16″ 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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