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Model #DCP120REDM01G

Store SKU #238555

12 in. x 18 in. Non-Woven Red Buffer Pad

  • Ideal for Scuffing or Cleaning Wood, Linoleum, and Ceramic Floors
  • Ideal for Intermediate Sanding and Light Stock Removal
  • Ideal for 12 in. x 18 in. Sander found in Tool Rental Dept.
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Product Overview

Diablo premium 12 in. x 18 in. Red (Medium Grit) Square Buffer Pad (Non-Woven) includes break-through innovations that improve performance, extend sanding life and increase productivity. This buffer pad is ideal for finish removal on various floor surfaces.
  • Tool usage - Clarke-American OBS23
  • Recommended use - moderate stock removal and sanding preparation before top coat placement
  • Materials - wood, linoleum and ceramic tile
  • Quantity - (1) 12 in. x 18 in. red (medium grit) square buffer pad

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
0.98
Product Length (in.)
18
Product Width (in.)
12.2 in

Details

Application
Floor Buffer
Kit
No
Power Tool Accessory Type
Sanding/Grinding/Polishing Accessory
Returnable
180-Day
Sanding, Grinding and Polishing Accessory Type
Buffing/Polishing
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

1Questions5Answers

Would this work between coats of finish on a hardwood floor or do I need something more aggressive.

Asked by OneMoreProject January 21, 2016
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The finish I was using started you needed to use 120 grit screen between coats. So check directions of your finish. I would think it not aggressive enough on its own.

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It was my first time using this product but it appeared to have worked fine.
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Came off the machine several times, I explained to rental...
Came off the machine several times, I explained to rental staff and they weren’t helpful. Abrasive sheet adhesive was a joke. Would not recommend renting this equipment from this store. Magnolia Fort Collins
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Floor Sander worked great. I had 3 layers of...
Floor Sander worked great. I had 3 layers of paint to remove. I used 20 Grit, and 36 Grit. It does the job. I will be using it more in the future. My deck is huge. Best of all, there is beautiful Heart Redwood under all that paint. I will keep it looking natural.
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We use it to scrub windows because it won't scratch them
We use it to scrub windows because it won't scratch them
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I used this item with a 4 hour rental of...
I used this item with a 4 hour rental of a deck sander. In less than 1 hour this item was began to disintegrate and was compressed to about 25% of it’s original thickness. It did not hold the sandpaper in place and I had to interrupt my sanding about every 10 minutes to reposition the sandpaper.
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Refinishing a deck? Read this ...
Refinishing a deck? Skip the floor stripper. Skip the cleaner. Waste of money and time. Go straight to the rental department and rent a floor sander (full disclosure ... I did power wash first, and let the deck completely dry out). I used this pad with DIABLO 12 in. x 18 in. 36-Grit Sanding Sheet with StickFast Backing and the Clark American Standard Square Buff Floor Sander (or the Hitachi Orbital Deck & Floor Sander, which I could not find locally). This is the only way to go for refinishing your deck. One sheet of the 36 grit paper and this pad did two passes over my 130 sf deck, and took it right down to bare wood. The paper and pad looked like it could do more. I followed with one pass of 60 grit on a new pad, and a final pass with 80 grit on a new pad. I blew off the deck with a leaf blower, and put down a coat of Cabot Aussie Timber Oil. Beautiful. Read the rest of the possessive reviews for more tips. Best tip? Buy a cushion pad for each sheet of sand paper. Don't try to reuse cushion pad with another sheet of sand paper. Get extra sand paper and pads. You can return what you don't use. Tip 2: for an extra 20 bucks, rent the sander for the whole day. Tip 3: I was able to buy single sheets of paper and pads. I bought two sheets each of 36 grit, 60 grit, and 80 grit, and 6 pads. Only used one sheet each of sand paper. Hence, used only 3 cushion pads. When I returned the sander, I returned the unused paper and pads for a refund. Tip 4: buy a can of 3m 77 spray adhesive just in case you can't seem to get the sand paper to stick to the pad. I had no trouble at all with the paper sticking to the pads, and also returned the can of adhesive. Tip 5: This should go without saying. Watch a bunch of Youtube videos on deck sanding and refinishing. Duh!
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