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Als Liner Abrasive 180 Grit Nylon Bristle Cup Brush

A Standard Wire Brush, Surface Rust, The Nylon Brush Strands, Consistent Cleaning, Our Professional Series Abrasive Nylon Bristle Cup Brush

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  • What buyers say about Als Liner Abrasive 180 Grit Nylon Bristle Cup Brush


    I used it on a 7" polisher to blend the edge and remove rust from the steel plate I will use as a baking steel.


    It will sand it inside the grooves and you can use the nylon brush to remove paint or finish on curved wood as it gets into grooves easily.


    It made the process a lot faster when I took the clear coat off to put in my spray in bed liner, I used this to take the clear coat off to put in my spray in bed liner, I used this to take the clear coat off to put in my spray in bed liner


    The product is great and the price is hard to beat, I have never used a brush like this before, but it has done the job I needed it fore without issue.


    It gets in the right places and is very easy to use. I used it on a harbor freight buffer at about 1500rpm.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Is it safe to work on stainless steel with this?

    A:

    I think you're right, but what it's really about is stripping paint off.

    Q:

    Will this strip paint be able to be applied to tight corners of a wood door?

    A:

    I wouldn't use this on wood, it's very aggressive.

    Q:

    Is it 180grit?

    A:

    I used it to rough up the floor of my Jeep, before I removed the carpet and bed lined the floor, it worked great. If it's not 50 grit, it's close.

    Q:

    Is it a good idea to take paint off of an aluminum boat?

    A:

    I used it to clean old paint around a door frame. I think it would work well on aluminum.

    Q:

    I don't own an air tool, is there a way to make it work with a corded drill?

    A:

    It works great for scuffing textured surfaces for paint.

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