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Diamond Polishing Pads for premium wet polish on marble, granite, and stone

Diamond Polishing Pads for premium wet polish on marble, granite, and stone

  • Tuesday, 07 November 2023
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These wet diamond polishing pads for grinders are great for polishing granite, marble, and natural stone. The Diamond Hand Pads work well for polishing granite and marble countertops, floors, and walls. The diamond pads use high-grade diamonds, a trusted pattern design, and quality resin. These attributes make the polishing pads a premium product for fabricators, installers, and other distributors.

There are many attributes that makeup quality diamond polishing pads. The first thing that makes for great granite polishing pads is the type of diamonds used. The diamonds have to be a high grade. It makes sense high-quality diamond polishing pads use high-quality diamonds. The grade of the diamonds is not the only thing needed to make a superior diamond pad. The size of the diamonds used, the bond, the hook and loop, the pad design, and the resin used are just some of the main details. The Dia Plus Diamond Resin Pads are a mix of resin and diamonds. The diamond hand pads are designed for marble polishing and granite polishing.

When polishing stone it is important to not only think about the life of the polishing pad, but what is really important to consider is the type of polish or look left on the stone. These resin pads perform all the tasks while leaving an amazing polish on the stone. The lower grit polishing pads or diamond grit sanding pads such as the 50, 100, and 200 grits are more aggressive. The lower grit diamond pads are used to lightly grind down the granite or stone. Each grit-polishing pad of the set is progressively less aggressive than the pad before. Each grit progression removes the scratches left from the diamond pad used prior. The 400-grit diamond pad is considered more of a honed finish than a grind or polish. The 800, 1,500, and 3,000 grit polishing pads are the final steps in the polishing process and are used to get the wet or shiny look. A typical slab of granite or marble goes through the entire polishing process, starting with the lower grit polishing for creating some light scratching or grinding and continuing through the higher grits for the desired look. Depending on the job some steps may be cut out at the beginning or end of the process.

The diamond pads for polishing stones are strong but flexible. The stone pads are made flexible so they can not only polish the top of the stone, but can polish the edges, corners, and cut out for sinks. The resin pad is made strong and thick for long-lasting life while keeping the flexible. The design of the diamonds and the resin makes it optimal for fast grinding, great polishing, and long-lasting life.

The wet diamond polishing pads come in a variety of sizes. While the 4-inch polishing pad is the most popular, LV Stone Tools Wet Pads are available in 3, 4, and 5 inches. These are wet pads and are designed to be used with water. The granite polishing pads are to be used on an angle grinder or polisher. The granite pads are to be used with a backer pad for easy attachment. These diamond grit-polishing pads are sold separately or can be combined in a set or with a wet polisher. These great pads for polishing granite countertops, marble stones, and other stones such as travertine, limestone, sandstone, and terrazzo are available now.

Our top-quality polishing pad with unmatched performance than no other
Engineered with high diamond concentration for use on granite, marble, and natural stone
Premium quality serves for long life and efficient use
Reduce polishing time with the efficient use of these high-quality, flexible pads.

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