3M™ Utility Cloth Roll 314D provides light-weight cloth sanding strips used for hand sanding in many different applications. Constructed with aluminum oxide abrasive, these utility rolls come in a range of grades for common applications such as deburring, blending and repairing metal finishes, rust or other contaminant removal, and surface preparation for paints and coatings.
- Versatile aluminum oxide abrasive roll can be used on metal, wood, and plastic
- Cloth backing is both flexible and durable to withstand heavy use
- Strips can be torn to size and wound around circular pieces, twisted to fit cylinders, or folded to reach into corners
- Handy packaging provides portability
|Width||1-1/2 in||38.1 mm|
|Length||150 ft||45.72 m|
What is the 3M™ Utility Cloth Roll 314D made of?
The cloth roll is made up of premium aluminum oxide grit that provides a sharp cut, while the J-weight cloth backing offers excellent flexibility and durability for sanding hard-to-reach areas.
Can it be used on both wet and dry surfaces?
Yes, it can. The P150 grade abrasive grain allows efficient sanding with comfort, either in dry or water-based applications.
How long does the roll last?
As a top performer in versatility and economy combined, each roll has fiber strands embedded in resin to resist shedding providing maximum longevity which makes this product an economical choice for general purpose metalworking applications.
The sanding strip is a versatile product that can be torn from the roll to fit specific applications. Most grades have a light, J-weight cloth backing that allows for flexibility when sanding circular edges, angles, or other contours. Rolls in grades P50 or P60 have a slightly stiffer X-weight backing that is suitable for more coarse sanding applications. The cloth backing remains durable even when bent or rolled, without tearing or shelling. Additionally, strips can be torn by hand when a smaller piece is needed, without compromising the sanding surface.
Aluminum oxide is a popular choice among industrial professionals due to its fast cut-rate and long life. This mineral creates a tough, durable abrasive that self-fractures to expose fresh cutting edges, while traditional natural abrasives dull more quickly. Aluminum oxide is suitable for a wide variety of materials in both woodworking and metalworking, including ferrous alloys. It can be used on ferrous and non-ferrous metals, wood, and plastic.