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Avanti Pro 4 in. x 1 in. Non-Woven Drill Mount Quick-Strip Disc
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Avanti Pro

4 in. x 1 in. Non-Woven Drill Mount Quick-Strip Disc

  • 4 in. Quick-Strip Disc removes rust, corrosion, paint and more
  • Intended for use with angle grinders
  • Suitable for stripping wood, metal, plastic and fiberglass
$6.47 /each

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Strip away blemishes from fiberglass, plastic, wood and metal with the 4 in. Quick-Strip Disc from Avanti Pro. This non-woven grinding wheel efficiently cleans, loosens and whisks away surface material including corrosion, rust, epoxy, paint and scale. Ideal for use on an angle grinder, it’s also a handy instrument for prepping materials prior to welding or coating.

  • Suitable for preparing material for coating or welding
  • Non-woven wheel is 1 in. thick
  • 1/4 in. shank fits most angle grinders
  • Not intended for use above 4000 RPM

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Will this clean off excess grout from pebble tiles?

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November 9, 2015
Had a shower floor installed with pebble tiles but when it was grouted, it left a 1/16" layer of grout on top of each pebble. It has dried rock solid.

Will this brush be able to remove that grout without damaging the pebbles?
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November 12, 2015
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Thank you Tarby. Unfortunately, I tend to agree with you.
Also thankfully, they are coming back on Monday to remove that top layer (sides are not an issue, it's just the tops). I still have the holdback amount in reserve so we shall see what we shall see.
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I don't know for sure but I think it would clean just the surface or top of the pebbles only not injuring the pebbles. It definately would not clean in the edges/sides. My guess is that a wire wheel would work much MUCH better. I don't think you would be pleased with just the very tip top of the pebbles clean. This wheel is very difficult to use too. It has a lot of kick back/flying off a flat, even Read More
I don't know for sure but I think it would clean just the surface or top of the pebbles only not injuring the pebbles. It definately would not clean in the edges/sides. My guess is that a wire wheel would work much MUCH better. I don't think you would be pleased with just the very tip top of the pebbles clean. This wheel is very difficult to use too. It has a lot of kick back/flying off a flat, even surface. It also wears out very fast on paint... grout, it would wear out in no time at all.
Also, you can try sanding lightly with a 60 grit orbital sander turning it on its edge to get the sides of the pebbles. And/or try a Dremel sanding tool. Tedious but that would work. Just to mention, the home improvement shows on TV say you have to replace the floor tiles (pebbles in this case). Another thing that might help is an acid cleaner. I don't know what it is called but many decades ago we used acid to clean off grout but it was only maybe a 32nd or 64th inch thick. Acid worked fast & like a charm. No matter what you decide to do it is going to take many tedious hours to accomplish this task. Be prepared & good luck!!!
If a contractor installed this floor, he is absolutely responsible for replacing the floor. Leaving any unwanted grout to dry is total incompetence. He is a rookie at best. Don't pay him!!! Read Less
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Can I sand concrete with this?

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It certainly would rough it up a bit.
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I do not know for sure but please read the grout question & the answer will be the same for concrete. Grout & concrete removal would be the same.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Can't take the heat I was attempting to use this to clean and deburr the inside of a 4" pvc waste pipe after I had removed a toilet floor flange from the 4" pipe. The disc fit perfectly and I was really getting excited about finding a quick and easy way to clean and smooth the pipe before installing a new flange. Alas, even at low drill speed the metal spindle got hot and melted its attachment to the mesh disc and that was the end of that. Evidently too much friction on all sides from disc being inside the pipe. Too bad! September 13, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by The wheel needs a better design. The center pin separated from the wheel thus it didn't work. If they came up with a stronger connection it would work better thus do the job it was intended for. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Grinding Wheel It wears out to quickly needs to have something in it to help keep it together longer! May 31, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Avsnti Pro review It worked ... But best for hard cleaning or cast iron ... April 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Didnt work for me but.............. I picked this up to see how it would help remove glue residue on my concrete bathroom floor before i started tiling. It did ok but not great and not without a lot of elbow grease. It certainly was not one of the applications stated on the package so chalk it up to it not working for my app. May be fine for its intended use. February 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works - a little pricey. These work good even in a cordless drill. I have used them in corded (AC) drills as well for more power but it's not necessary to have very high RPMs for these to do a good job. They work well for their intended use and I like to use them where it is possible instead of wire brush wheels. (Sometimes it's not good grinding away metal with metal.) They wear down fairly quick, but nothing ridiculous. You will get some good stripping or rust removal done with this. I just think that with manufacturing processes, they would be able to get these to retail for less than $10. I'm thinking they should come in at around $6-7. October 27, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not work on aluminum My husband tried to remove flaking paint from an exterior aluminum cupola prior to repainting. It did not do the job. Glad I did not spend much money. July 14, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Paint removal on a bicycle frame. Works great to remove paint and decals from an old bicycle in preparation of painting and rebuilding it. June 9, 2015
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