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4-1/2 in. x 5/8 in. -11 in. Non-Woven Quick-Strip Disc

$926
  • Works on metal, wood, plastic and fiberglass materials
  • Great for removing rust, corrosion, scale, paint and epoxy
  • Delivers 11,000 RPM
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Product Details

Remove rust, corrosion, scale, paint and epoxy, as well as prepare materials prior to coating or welding with the Avanti Pro Non-Woven Quick-Strip Disc. Use this disc on angle grinders with metal, wood, plastic and fiberglass. This disc has a 4-1/2 in. Dia and delivers 11,000 RPM.
  • 4-1/2 in. Dia
  • 5/8 in. - 11 hub arbor
  • Works on angle grinders
  • Ideal for metal, wood, plastic and fiberglass materials
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Questions & Answers

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Q:will this work on a Wagner Painteater
by|Aug 5, 2022
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A:  No clue

by|Oct 6, 2022
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    Q:what is the arbor size?
    by|Dec 5, 2021
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    A:  A 7/8" arbor has a 5/8" nut. This disc fits in place of the nut.

    by|Dec 24, 2021
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      Q:Could I use this to remove calcium deposits from pool tile?
      by|Jul 5, 2020
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      A:  Should do that job with ease...may require a few of these if there's a lot of ground to cover.

      by|Jul 30, 2020

      A:  It might scratch the tile.

      by|Jul 5, 2020

      A:  yes, but you will likely damage the glaze on the tile

      by|Jul 19, 2020

      A:  I would test one one a piece of tile to see how it might damage the tile first. You would need to be careful around any grout.

      by|Jan 9, 2021

      A:  You could but, you will probably also remove any finish on the tile as well. Something a little less abrasive would be better.

      by|Mar 18, 2021
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        Q:Is it too abrasive to use to strip paint on aluminum?
        by|Jun 30, 2020
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        A:  Thin gauge sheet aluminum it nights not be good for. But thicker stuff (14 ga and up) it should be fine on if it's rigid.

        by|Sep 9, 2022
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        A:  Not a thick gauge aluminum. If its thin siding, you may dent it as your press in.

        by|Jul 19, 2020

        A:  I did not have any problem with it. You do need to be aware of the amount of pressure you use. Worth spot testing...

        by|Jul 17, 2022

          A:  It should be fine as long as you don't try to get too aggressive

          by|Jan 9, 2021

          A:  I have had great success striping paint off old pine boards with minimal scoring on the wood - your harder aluminum should be just fine (it isn't as aggressive as coarse sandpaper, and the paint doesn't load up as sandpaper typical does). Good luck with your project!

          by|Sep 9, 2022
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          Customer Reviews

          3.7 out of 5
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          almost amazing
          Yes it certainly does remove and strip absolutely amazing... HOWEVER... the disc does not last... i did the top 3" side of my metal trailer frame and the disc is done for already... did an awsome job where i used it however it doesnt last and at $10 a wheel not cost effective at all. I am adding pics aswell
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          Response from AvantiPRO Product ExpertOct 20, 2022
          Thank you for taking time to share this. We sincerely want you to have the best experience possible, so please do not hesitate to reach out if there's anything we can do to help: info@avantiprotools.com. AvantiPro
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            In my case they worked great at first but clogged with old paint quickly. I also thought they wore a lot quicker than a similar one that I use on a drill, but boy when it is new it will zip thru paint and rust like they were butter. I did half this tool cabinet door, wiped it down and spray painted it in less time than it takes to smoke a cigarette.
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              Literally lasted less than 5 minutes
              I need to remove some flakey paint from less than 3 sq ft of painted concrete. I was very surprised to see this not-cheap disc completely consumed after about a square foot. I can't afford this.
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              Response from AvantiPRO Product ExpertNov 5, 2021
              Hi John! We're sorry you're disappointed but thank you for posting! We take our customers’ feedback seriously and will be sharing this with the team for review. In the meantime, we’d love to further discuss your experience. Please email info@avantiprotools.com and we'll get started. AvantiPro
                Gets Paint off Concrete porch
                It does work. Tried pressure washing and it remove some stuff but there are 2 coats of stubborn paint on this porch. Expect to go through a lot of wheels. The photo I attached is 1 wheel completely used up. To the left of the photo was pressure washed off. The wheel really does the job. My porch is only 12 x 10feet. I bought 5 wheels. This won't be enough. I'm guessing i'll need 12.
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                  These quick strip discs do a great job of stripping paint down to metal but they last only about ...
                  These quick strip discs do a great job of stripping paint down to metal but they last only about 5 minutes. I used one to strip paint off my wrought iron railing and was disappointed with how long they lasted. Given, it was 70 years of paint but I really expected them to last longer. I was able to strip about 8 feet of railing before the disc was done. I even did an initial strip in some areas with a wire wheel to lessen the load but the disc wears out too fast. It's not worth the money, I will return all the discs I bought. They fit 5/8 arbors and can be hand-tightened. These discs are made in the UK and packaged in the US.
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                  Response from AvantiPRO Product ExpertMay 25, 2021
                  Hi Steve! Thank you for posting! We take our customers’ feedback seriously and will be sharing this with the team for review. In the meantime, we’d love to further discuss your experience. Please email info@avantiprotools.com and we'll get started. AvantiPro
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                  3 found this review helpful
                  The way it cut through the rust was awesome!
                  The way it cut through the rust was awesome!
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                  1 found this review helpful
                  I used this to remove tile glue from my bath tiles it works good
                  I used this to remove tile glue from my bath tiles it works good
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                  My experience with these discs is limited to this one project. I used them to strip the exterio...
                  My experience with these discs is limited to this one project. I used them to strip the exterior bedsides of our old chevy truck in preparation of a simple "scuff and shoot." Works well and made quick work of the removal of multiple coats of paint and old filler material. Used them again yesterday and on the opposite/drivers side with satisfactory results.
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                  3 found this review helpful
                  I bought two of these to grind-out/smooth the cooking surfaces of my cast iron (Lodge) pans -- wi...
                  I bought two of these to grind-out/smooth the cooking surfaces of my cast iron (Lodge) pans -- with my 4.5" angle grinder. It was phenomenal -- this thing chewed out all the old seasoning, and left a shiny surface in less than 5 minutes for each pan. (BTW - definitely wear eye-protection, and at least a dust-mask -- this process creates a cloud of black dust you don't want in your eyes or lungs!) I was able to clean out, and entirely smooth out the cooking surfaces of 3 pans with more than enough of this beast to spare -- which means I'll have 4 shiny cast irons pans that are just about ready to re-season.... and a spare wheel that remains untouched! Luckily, I have a few axes that need grinding (literally, not figuratively) to remove all the old rust and paint -- and this is just the tool for the job! I suppose if you have to strip paint from the body of a car, or some other fairly large project, you'll probably go through a few of these -- but for a smallish-project like mine, this will work like a charm. (the material is mounted on a 'Type 27' wheel/disk -- for those who want to know).
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                    Took the paint off a wooden beam fast compared to...
                    Took the paint off a wooden beam fast compared to sanding! Cut my work time in half...
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