Fret Polishing Wheels

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Super-smooth frets with your Dremel or Foredom! Rubberized ceramic wheels give your fret jobs that mirror shine and ultra-smooth feel players love.

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Fret Polishing Wheels Fine wheels (green), package of 5

Fine wheels (green), package of 5

Item # 5266
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Fret Polishing Wheels Extra-fine wheels (white), package of 5

Extra-fine wheels (white), package of 5

Item # 5267
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Fret Polishing Wheels Mandrel, 1/8"-dia. shank

Mandrel, 1/8"-dia. shank

Item # 5268
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Fret Polishing Wheels, Complete outfit

Fret Polishing Wheels, Complete outfit

Item # 5269
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Quantity: 20


Super-smooth frets with your Dremel or Foredom! Rubberized ceramic wheels give your fret jobs that mirror shine and ultra-smooth feel players love.

Much faster and easier than hand polishing, the complete set includes fine and extra-fine wheels (5 each), with a 1/8"-shank mandrel.

Mount the wheel and mandrel in your Dremel, Dremel Flex Shaft or Foredom handpiece.

Lightly groove the edge of the wheel with a small round file. The slim handpiece makes it easy to hold the grooved wheel on a crowned fret, to gently polish it to a smooth shine.

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Fret Polishing Wheels

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By Wilmer Gingerich from Jamesport MO
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, December 17, 2011

Coupled with a Foredom tool and a little experience this system is blazing fast! The most important thing is to take one quick light stroke with a wheel that's been grooved with a round file. A little goes a long way!

Work well but hard to perfect!

By Neilmac from Emerald Victoria Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, October 12, 2011

These work well as stated but are tricky to use as you must first groove the discs properly

it's a real challenge to sit them at 90 degrees to the fret you are trying to polish
even if you're using the flexible shaft on the Dremel
so you want to make the groove in the wheel ideally off centre so you can angle the Dremel a bit.

Wheel can slip off fret suddenly if you're not careful and cause marks on fretboard

Use with care!

Works As Advertised But Too Tedious

By Jack Straw Guitars from Prescott, Arizona
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, July 22, 2011

Indeed, they'll make 'em shine but Micro Mesh over a medium density foam pad is WAY FASTER with no worries about running off the fret and "engraving" the fret board.

Works great

By A. Scott from Tulsa OK
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, March 02, 2011

I used these polishing wheels on an ES-335 and they work great. I chucked them directly into my old dremel tool and had no trouble getting a quick mirror finish on the frets. What a great timesaver. I would recommend these to anyone.

nice frets

By Dieter Billinger from Toronot Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Almost every guitar I get in for a set up or repair has dull or corroded frets. These polishing wheels work great to get them nice and shiney again.


By DaveR from UK
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, November 18, 2010

Good product, especially the fine wheels. The extra fine wheels are a little too fine though, you get a better (and easier) final polish with a felt wheel and a bit of polishing compound.

I've read that you can put a groove in these wheels with a file handle but i found i just ended up with a shiny file handle. Folding a bit of 320 grit sandpaper to a nice round fret shape and shaping the wheel on that works a lot better.

Shiny frets

By Ian Verner from Sydney, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, October 17, 2010

These are great, the shine you get is brilliant but make sure you don't have the Dremel to fast as they get very hot. Be careful with the file to put the groove in, they will polish the teeth off. If they came with a groove already in they would achieve excellent rating.

Be careful!

By Ricky Hendrix from Russellville Arkansas
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Practice on something besides your customer's guitar first. These really heat up the frets, and they tend to bounce so use some kind of fretboard guard. Once you get the hang of it, they work like a charm. They will polish frets to almost a glass like surface.

Simple and effective

By DR Chevalier from Ontario, Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Combined with the fretboard protectors, these wheels are awesome. For non-maple boards, my prior method was to use super fine steel wool to remove the gunk and clean up everything. Now I use the Ernie Ball fret board wipes and the Stewart-MacDonald fretboard protectors with the extra fine wheels in a low speed battery dremel tool to give the frets a quick touch up when needed at string change time. I have not had to resort to the fine wheels yet but bought the full kit because I know that if I went individually I would have needed the one I didn't buy the next time. Good value and works well.

Fret polishing

By Big Jon from Tennessee
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, August 13, 2010

Fastest smoothest fret polishing I have ever used. I allready had the dremel with the extention snake thang. Be sure to tape the neck first.

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