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Surbuf's 5-1/2" Buffing Pads, 2-Pack

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Add a beautiful shine to any project with these new buffing pads and your random orbit sander! Thousands of independent vertical fibers penetrate and push your polish deep into wood pores. These 5-1/2" buffing pads attach to any 5" or 6" hook and loop random-orbit sander. Slightly oversized, you can work them into corners without running your sander into your finished work. The pads are sold in pairs and include instructions. One pad can be used to apply a polish and the second for a final buffing.


  • Add a beautiful shine to any project with these new buffing pads and your random orbit sander
  • 5-1/2" buffing pads attach to any 5" or 6" hook and loop random-orbit sander
  • Slightly oversized, you can work them into corners without running your sander into your finished wo
  • Pads are sold in pairs and include instructions.
  • California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.

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    4.0

    Great Buffing Pads

    By  GTM

    from Austin, TX

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    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Works Effectively

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    Best Uses

    • Large Projects
    • Small Projects

    Comments about Surbuf's 5-1/2" Buffing Pads, 2-Pack :

    I use these to buff guitar finishes. These pads give a high gloss without swirl marks if used on a non orbital palm sander and with a good quality polish. I do not have to use any additional pressure other than that of the sander. Only problem I have had is that the polish I use must desolve or soften the adhesive that holds the buffing material to the foam pad. They separate terribly after a few hours of use. Not such a bad thing as several hours is a very large overall area of buffing. I have tried many types of buffing pads but these are the only ones I will use.

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