Yes, but depending on the size of your pond, it may take 2 discs.
Yes, but it may take awhile but be careful not to burn your motor so take a few rests to let your grinder cool down and may want to change your disc Denton the size of the hump.
Yes but don’t be too aggressive.
Use the thinnest they sell and it should do the job.
Hi, Bob - The Diablo 4 1/2" x 1/4" Masonry grinding wheel is not designed to cut masonry items. It is designed to grind and shape masonry items. If wanting to use a grinder, you will have better results with the AvantiPRO Masonry Cut Off wheel (PBD045063101C). You may also want to invest in a Diamond wheel for Masonry if you have several cuts to make.
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Please contact the power tool manufacturer regarding the availability of a thinner nut. This grinding wheel is an industry standard size and is not intended for "flat grinding." The grinder is intended to be held at an angle.
We do not list grit size on our grinding or cut off wheels, but this would be between a 24G and 36G. However, this product is not used for polishing concrete. We may have something you can use but we need more detail Please send me an email with what you are trying to do and we shoud be able to recommend something. Stacey email@example.com
If the porch is cament, then yes you can use the masonry wheel. If the porch is wood, you should use a 3" or 4" belt.