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  • Purchased primarily to recondition an old cast iron frying pan, prior to re-seasoning, this disc ...
  • January 14, 2017
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Purchased primarily to recondition an old cast iron frying pan, prior to re-seasoning, this disc did a good job of removing years of build-up and rust. Note....it is a slow process....approximately 30 minutes for a 12 inch diameter pan...but the results were good....

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DonK

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  • Worked like a charm! No elbow grease needed....
  • June 29, 2017

Worked like a charm! No elbow grease needed.

Janet

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  • Works - a little pricey.
  • October 27, 2014

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.

Landshark

Pittsburgh PA
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  • Bought to clean out cast iron pans and working very well. Didn't realize but bottoms are welded ...
  • March 14, 2017
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Bought to clean out cast iron pans and working very well. Didn't realize but bottoms are welded to cast skillet side and this is the tool to get around that. Is holding up well.

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wynmill

55 to 64, Male
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  • Used to smooth new cast iron skillets... does work, but takes awhile. Still faster than sanding.....
  • October 04, 2017
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Used to smooth new cast iron skillets... does work, but takes awhile. Still faster than sanding... smoothed finish.

Kaleb

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  • Disk was so out of balance I wouldn't use it, pure junk. Get 3M product much better, never had on...
  • June 29, 2017

Disk was so out of balance I wouldn't use it, pure junk. Get 3M product much better, never had one out of balance.

PeteN

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  • Did an awesome job removing the calcium from the pool tile with no damage to the tile surface. Th...
  • April 30, 2019
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Did an awesome job removing the calcium from the pool tile with no damage to the tile surface. The disc held up for ware. I totally recommend this product you'll be amassed how fast and easy it removes the calcium. I didn't have a before picture but it was bad.

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HomeDepotCustomer

55 to 64, Male
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  • Exactly what I needed to grind smooth a new Lodge...
  • September 18, 2018

Exactly what I needed to grind smooth a new Lodge cast iron skillet.

HomeDepotCustomer

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  • Worked great at grinding smooth the Lodge cast iron skillet.
  • January 05, 2018
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Worked great at grinding smooth the Lodge cast iron skillet.

Lead1

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  • I use these for stripping rust off steel bands, on old whiskey barrels. I have tried several diff...
  • August 24, 2019
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I use these for stripping rust off steel bands, on old whiskey barrels. I have tried several different tools/methods and these work the best. I would give it 5 stars if it had a hex shank. As they get used they tend to start slipping in the chuck and it is frustrating to have to keep stopping to tighten the chuck.

Woodja

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By: Woodja