WoodRiver - Abrasive Belt Cleaner, 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 8-1/2"
Keeping abrasive belts clean reduces the replacement costs! This belt cleaner increases belt and disc life 2 to 4 times. Belt cleaning can also increase productivity from not having to stop...
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- Reduce belt replacement costs
- Increase belt and disc life 2 to 4 times
- Increase productivity from not having to stop as often to change belts
- Quick and easy
- 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 8-1/2"
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Works Great on Belt Sanders
I've never used one before, and was skeptical. But they were on sale at my local Woodcraft store so I picked one up. I used it this past weekend on my 3in x 21in belt sander. It removed the build up from the sanding belt for every exotic wood that I used. That was 12 different woods, ranging from soft maple to olive wood and hard black woods. I will be buying more for me and for Christmas gifts. Great value.
Do not throw much pressure on it. It works well!
Works well, but check your ceiling...
This worked exactly as advertised, pulling walnut and padauk dust off a belt sander, leaving the belt like brand new. However, after using this for a week or two, I went to install new 8 foot fluorescent lights in my shop. There were small globs of red rubbery stuff stuck to the ceiling. It was easy enough to remove, but I was surprised it was there. It seems that the gummy stick takes the residue off the belt, then gets thrown up in the air, and stuck to the ceiling.