3M™ Finesse-it™ Refining Disc 3000 features extra-fast cutting silicon carbide to quickly refine sand scratches left by previous 1200/1500 grade paint leveling steps. These versatile discs are ideal for large area refining/repair. Can be run without water in the pre-buff step.
- Silicon carbide mineral works fast and produces a smooth finish
- Versatile disc can be run wet or dry on paint, clear coat, primer, gel coat and metal
- Nonwoven web is less prone to loading and helps improve the life of the disc
- Flat abrasive surface works fast to refine sand scratches
- Designed for medium to large area applications
|Diameter||6 in||152.4 mm|
What is the 3M™ Finesse-it™ Refining Disc 3000 used for?
The 3M™ Finesse-it™ Refining Disc 3000 is used for refining scratches left from previous abrasive steps on automotive paints.
How many discs are included in a case of this product?
There are four boxes per case, and each box contains twenty discs, so there are eighty total discs in a case.
Can this disc be used by hand or only with a machine?
This product can be used with either a hand pad or on an orbital polisher.
Is the backing of the disc adhesive backed?
Yes, the backing of the disc has a pressure-sensitive adhesive backing that attaches securely and easily to most back-up pads.
. Is it easy to clean up post use?
. Absolutely! After using our Fineness -it grading system including 3M ™Finesse-It finishing material/ compound one can simply rinse off any residue or them with soap water
3M™ Finesse-it™ Refining Disc 3000 is a high-quality product that is specially coated with grade 3000 silicon carbide mineral. This unique feature ensures that there is more mineral positioned to work quickly, last longer and produce a uniform finish throughout the life of the disc. The abrasive is evenly distributed on each strand of the face side of the disc, making it more effective. The web of the disc is designed to prevent loading and improve the life of the disc. The 3M™ Finesse-it™ Refining Disc 3000 is suitable for both wet and dry applications, providing superior finishing.Silicon Carbide Mineral
Silicon carbide mineral is a hard material that fractures easily, resulting in freshly exposed sharp edges that cut extra fast and produce a smooth, professional-looking finish. This mineral is commonly used for low-pressure applications such as paint prep and finishing on wood and metal. Although it wears faster than aluminum oxide, it produces a superior finish.