3M™ Utility Cloth Sheet 211K provides a light-weight cloth sandpaper used for hand sanding. This closed coat product uses aluminum oxide mineral in its construction. These rolls come in a range of grades for common applications such as repairing (metal finishes, rust or other contaminant removal), deburring, blending and surface preparation for paints and coatings.
- Fast-cutting aluminum oxide abrasive sheets come in ten standard grades to suit a variety of tasks
- Flexible cloth backing works well on contours and can be twisted or folded
- Cloth backing is both flexible and durable enough for machine use
- Sheets can be torn by hand for convenient sizing and reduced waste
- Suitable for use on both ferrous and non-ferrous metals
|Width||9 in||228.6 mm|
|Length||11 in||279.4 mm|
What is the size of 3M™ Utility Cloth Sheet 211K?
The size of this product is 9 in x 11 in.
What type of grit does it have?
This sheet comes with J-weight, which has a grade of 180 on the abrasive scale.
How many pieces are there per pack and case?
There are 50 sheets in a pack and you will find a total of 250 sheets per case.
: Can I use this for hand sanding?
: Yes absolutely! This utility cloth sheet works great as an all-purpose abrasive material and can be used for hand sanding.
: Is it waterproof or resistant to water.
a : Unfortunately, it's not waterproof or water-resistant but still performs well even when used with coolants.
Utility cloth sheets are a great choice for general sanding and maintenance of metal or wood surfaces. The cloth backing provides the flexibility needed to sand circular edges or small pieces without tearing as easily as paper or losing grit from folding or bending. Additionally, the cloth can be torn by hand when a smaller piece is needed.
Aluminum oxide is a popular choice among industrial professionals because of its fast cut-rate and long life. This mineral makes a tough, durable abrasive that self-fractures to expose fresh cutting edges, whereas traditional natural abrasives dull more quickly. Aluminum oxide is suitable for a wide variety of materials in both woodworking and metalworking, including ferrous alloys.