Author Topic: What is the nominal grit rating of an ETS EC 150 soft backing pad?  (Read 833 times)

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Offline jjowen

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Ok, so I was tired. After a long day in the office I just wanted to relax in the workshop sanding some drawers.
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Offline live4ever

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I'm going to guess 150.  It sounds like you know the answer... [doh]
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Offline rst

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More of a bugging pad!   [embarassed]

Offline Peter Halle

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It depends on how long you use it.  Been there and done that.

Peter

Ah, you mean the buffing pad that comes mounted on the machine? ;)

Count your teeth - that's the nominal grit.
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Offline Mike S

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Ok, so I was tired. After a long day in the office I just wanted to relax in the workshop sanding some drawers.

It is probably similar to the grit rating of the RO 150 hard pad :-(

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