10 Best Non-woven Abrasive Bits

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Non-woven Abrasive Bits in 2020


Weiler Tiger 1/4" Stem, 2" Diameter, Non-Woven Surface Conditioning Plastic Button Style Back-Up Pad

Weiler Tiger 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Applicable for light deburring; surface preparation; blending light scratches; removing rust, corrosion, oxidation
  • Do not exceed maximum RPM of back-up pad

DocaDisc 30PC - 2 inch Roloc Sanding Disc Mixed Pack // Surface Conditioning Discs // Roloc Disc/Air Grinder Disc for Surface prep, Paint Stripping, Grinding & Finishing (Course/Medium / Fine)

DocaDisc 30PC - 2 inch Roloc Sanding Disc Mixed Pack // Surface Conditioning Discs // Roloc Disc/Air Grinder Disc for Surface prep, Paint Stripping, Grinding & Finishing (Course/Medium / Fine)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • HIGH PERFORMANCE aggressive cutting abrasive discs for surface conditioning and prep, paint and rust removal, sanding, cleaning, grinding, stripping, deburring, polishing, finishing, gasket removal, self-sharpening, scruff blending, and sticker and adhesive removal
  • SUPERIOR DURABILITY with aluminum oxide non-woven, open web abrasive material which enables cool disc running and reduces the risk of heat induced warping and discoloration - each roloc disc meets the highest durability standards for roloc sanding discs and other 2 inch grinding discs and pads
  • OPTIMAL DESIGN conformable material preserves irregular and uneven surfaces, and the compact 2 inch size enables easy detail work in tighter contoured areas while still providing sufficient coverage area to handle larger surfaces; extensively tested against competitor discs to ensure optimal quality and superior customer value
  • SIMPLE AND SEAMLESS USE supported by the quick-change roll lock backing enables aggressive cutting and fast, seamless disc changing to ensure project continuity and consistent finishing
  • WIDE APPLICATIONS for use on stainless steel, alloys, non-ferrous materials, plastics, and fiberglass; useful for auto body and automotive work, such as rotor finishing, and on motorcycles, boats, die casting parts, bicycle parts, machinery, knives, and many other items

3M 9099DCNA Large Area Paint and Rust Stripper

3M 9099DCNA Large Area Paint and Rust Stripper
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Double-thick edge
  • Strips quicker on edge
  • Lasts longer
  • It features Scotch-Brite abrasive web, a tough, non-woven synthetic material that won't rust or splinter

Metabo 623485000 P180 Interleaved Flap Wheel

Metabo 623485000 P180 Interleaved Flap Wheel
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Special fused aluminum oxide grinding plates combined with grain layered nylon fleece.
  • For tarnishing, burnishing and removing scratches on metals
  • 4" x 4"

United Abrasives- SAIT 61125 Closed Coat Aluminum Oxide 3/8-Inch x 13 1-AX 80 Grit Sanding Belt, 10-Pack

United Abrasives- SAIT 61125 Closed Coat Aluminum Oxide 3/8-Inch x 13 1-AX 80 Grit Sanding Belt, 10-Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • 1A-X/2A-X: Aluminum Oxide, closed coat, X weight cotton. For general purpose sanding grinding and finishing of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, wood, cast iron, ordinary and alloyed steels and stainless steel.

3" 75mm Abrasive Non Woven Scotch Scouring Type Sanding Polishing Abrasive Ball 40 Grit

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BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Scuff tool is ideal for polishing odd shapes, inside tubes, gasket removal
  • Works in any drill chuck, Provides consistent finish, For heavy scrubbing, removal of rust scale
  • Brand Name Aluminum oxide abrasive
  • Works at a variety of speeds, up to 12000 RPM max
  • Zinc-plated 1/4" (6mm) steel shank

Metabo 623480000 P120 Flap Wheels

Metabo 623480000 P120 Flap Wheels
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Special fused aluminum oxide grinding plates
  • For sanding, deburring, graining metals and sanding wood surfaces
  • 4" x 4"

United Abrasives- SAIT 45145 Tungsten Carbide Heavy Duty Die Grinder Bur SF5 1/2" x 1" x 1/4"

United Abrasives- SAIT 45145 Tungsten Carbide Heavy Duty Die Grinder Bur SF5 1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Tungsten Carbide construcion for long life and durability
  • High Quality Manufacturing method delivers vibratin free operation
  • Precision ground with diamond wheels to produce a very sharp uniform cutting edge
  • Each enclosed in individual plastic capsules for storage and protection
  • Excellent for confined or hard to reach areas

United Abrasives- SAIT 45155 Tungsten Carbide Heavy Duty Die Grinder Bur SL3 3/8" x 1-1/16" x 1/4"

United Abrasives- SAIT 45155 Tungsten Carbide Heavy Duty Die Grinder Bur SL3 3/8
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Tungsten Carbide construcion for long life and durability
  • High Quality Manufacturing method delivers vibratin free operation
  • Precision ground with diamond wheels to produce a very sharp uniform cutting edge
  • Each enclosed in individual plastic capsules for storage and protection
  • Excellent for confined or hard to reach areas

Dremel US600-01 Ultra-Saw 4-Inch Wood Flush Cut Wheel

Dremel US600-01 Ultra-Saw 4-Inch Wood Flush Cut Wheel
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Dome-shaped wheel for 3/4-Inch flush cuts
  • Carbide cutting grit for high-performance wood cutting applications
  • Cuts a variety of wood materials including soft and hard wood, plywood, composites, laminate flooring, drywall, pvc and plastic
  • Uses include cutting baseboard for flooring installation

How to Erase Ipod Scratches

Whether you want to get rid of Ipod scratches on the screen, the plastic veneer, or even the chrome back of your device, this guide will take you through the shopping and application process. Pick the right abrasive, and rub it on using varied strokes.

How Can I Get Rid Of Ipod Scratches?

The most effective way to erase Ipod scratches is actually by further scratching the surface of your device with an abrasive product. The grains in an abrasive gently wear down the veneer around the scratch, creating a gentle slope to the lowest point of the dent instead of a sharp, sudden drop. The end visual result of this process is that the scratch blends in and becomes, at worst, less noticeable, and at best, invisible! For great results, rub an abrasive product onto your Ipod scratches using a completely non-abrasive cloth like a polishing chamois. Use a variety of motions, switching between circular, horizontal, vertical, and diagonal strokes, so that you attack the scratch from all possible angles. There are a lot of abrasive products designed to erase Ipod scratches, with prices that range from just four dollars up to forty or more. To pick the right product and make sure you're not paying for more than you need, make sure you're buying something that will only get rid of the scratches you've got.

What If I Have Some Deep And Some Light Scratches?

If you have some deep scratches and some light ones, start by treating the deep Ipod scratches first, then clean your Ipod and treat the light scratches. The kind of abrasives best suited to dealing with a seriously scratched Ipod will get rid of heavy damage. These products need to be harsh to stand up to deep scratches, but that unfortunately means that during the treatment, they will create a series of smaller, less visible scratches on the surface of your device. You can usually get rid of this "fallout" by using a gentler product to erase the minor scratches left behind. So, if you only have light Ipod scratches, you only need a gentle abrasive, but if you have deep scratches, you'll need a heavy abrasive and a gentler one for cleanup. Read on for a breakdown of some of the available abrasives on the market.

Heavy Abrasives

If you have serious Ipod scratches on the plastic veneer or screen on the front of your device, try KIT "Scratch Out," which is available at many hardware and auto supply stores. This product is not officially affiliated with the Apple company or with the Ipod brand, so it is not guaranteed not to damage your device. However, when used with a non-abrasive cloth, a bit of care, and the rubbing technique described above, it should do more good than harm. KIT is designed for fixing imperfections in car finishes, which means it has the serious power to take out major Ipod scratches. KIT costs between two and six dollars per bottle, which makes it the most affordable solution for treating a scratched Ipod.

Light Abrasives

Applesauce polish makes a variety of abrasives of different strengths. Although Applesauce has created their products specifically to treat Ipod scratches, they are not actually affiliated with the Ipod or Apple, so Apple is not responsible for any damage caused by these products. Their scratch removal kit ($19.95) contains two mild abrasives: a microfinishing polish for light Ipod scratches, and a microfinishing glaze designed to handle the gentlest jobs. The kit also comes with polishing cloths, so you will be ready to start fixing your scratched Ipod without having to buy any additional supplies. Although it can't do much for major damage, the Applesauce kit is ideal for small touch-ups, or improving the overall appearance of a well-loved, somewhat scratched Ipod that has general wear and tear, but no serious problem areas. The Applesauce kit will also help you fix up any damage done by a heavier abrasive like "Scratch Out."

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