Because they conform to any surface shape, they're great for polishing contoured guitar finishes, frets, plastic pickguards, pearl inlays and more. The first samples we received were jealously hoarded in our shops, quickly becoming favorites for polishing nuts and saddles, and for touchups in lacquer finishes.
Sold individually or SAVE $1.00 when you purchase the set of all six grits.
"Indispensable for polishing bone and pearl nuts. They leave a gorgeous luster with no dark residue in porous bone." —Don MacRostie, Red Diamond Mandolins
Each sheet is coated on one side with micron-graded particles of aluminum oxide (1200-8000 grit) or silicon carbide (400-600 grit), on an extremely flexible non-woven .007" synthetic backing.
The pattern coating won't clog quickly. They leave no dark residue in porous bone nuts and saddles. The durable tear-resistant sheet washes easily in water.
Each sheet is a generous 9" x 11" (228.6mm x 279.4mm).
"The most versatile abrasive in my shop." —Erick Coleman
"Lasts a long time, and so flexible you can buff shoeshine-style!" —Dan Erlewine
Polishing papers: flexible, reusable abrasives
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Why has Erick Coleman been hiding small scraps of 3M Polishing Papers in his tool chest? Read more...