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Scotch-Brite™ Blending Hand Pad 7446, 152 mm x 228 mm, S MED

  • 3M ID 61500301025
  • UPC 048011650562

Universal utility pad for hand blending and finishing metals, wood and other materials

Conformable material blends scratches on irregular surfaces without altering the workpiece

Provides similar performance as steel wool grade 3 – without shredding, rusting or splintering

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  • Universal utility pad for hand blending and finishing metals, wood and other materials
  • Conformable material blends scratches on irregular surfaces without altering the workpiece
  • Provides similar performance as steel wool grade 3 – without shredding, rusting or splintering
  • Non-woven construction and abrasive mineral provide consistent cutting over the life of the pad
  • Non-woven construction and abrasive mineral provide consistent cutting over the life of the reusable pad

Scotch-Brite™ Blending Hand Pad 7446 features conformable material that adapts to both flat and irregular contours without significantly altering the dimensions of the base material. Our 7446 pads won’t shred during use, rust after use or leave fine metal splinters – unlike steel wool.

Featuring an open aggressive web, use Scotch-Brite™ Blending Hand Pad 7446 for effective hand blending, general purpose cleaning, prep work and finishing. Our Scotch-Brite Blending Hand Pads combine load resistance and uniform wear to provide a consistent cut-rate throughout the life of the pad. These 152.4 mm x 228.6 mm Blending Hand Pads can be used by hand for precise control, with a hand pad holder for uniform finishing, or on an inline sander to cover larger areas. They feature a conformable material that adapts to both flat and irregular contours without significantly altering the dimensions of the base material. These pads are filled with silicon carbide abrasive mineral, a synthetic mineral that is very sharp and commonly used for low-pressure applications such as paint preparation. Although it breaks down faster than aluminium oxide, it produces a superior finish. They won’t shred during use, rust after use or leave fine metal splinters – unlike steel wool. Scotch-Brite abrasives are unique surface conditioning products with abrasives incorporated into a non-woven fibre matrix. Combining abrasives and non-woven material creates an abrasive system that delivers consistent results for the life of the product. The open-web material runs cool and is load resistant, which keeps the abrasive minerals cutting at high performance by limiting clogging of the fibres.

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