1 Inch Fiber Flap Wheel
Removing scratches and scrapes has never been easier! If you're going for a custom look, the Pryme fiber flap wheel works great for sanding away casting lines too.
- Best used for removing scratches or scrapes, and blending in casting marks
- Creates a consistent finish, with very little waves or warping
- Leaves behind a brushed look, can be further finished with Pryme Cleaning Wheels
- Has fiber pad in between flaps of sandpaper for smooth material removal
- Offered in 80 grit and 180 grit (use 80 for sanding out scratches and 180 for a smoother finish)
- 1" diameter x 1" wide x 1/4" shank (best used with air die grinder, but can be used on a drill with decent results)
- Optimal RPM: 10,000
- Max RPM: 15,000
- Best for aluminum, but can be used on steel, stainless steel, and brass with great results too
- Sold individually or in packs of 3 or 5
- Made in the USA
Use rough cleaning wheel for very aggressive removal. This flap wheel should be used for medium material removal where a consistent finish is desired.
Always wear a respirator and proper eye protection while using wheels!
Tags: Cleaning, Pad, Wheel, Scuff, Scotch, Abrasive, Sanding, Flap, Drum, Fiber, Buff, Buffing
These are designed to be used on an air die grinder, or could be used on a drill as well. The best results will come with them on a die grinder.
My recommended die grinder Click Here
Some cheaper alternatives:
Ingersoll Rand Grinder Click Here
Neiko Grinder Click Here
If you don't have an air compressor, here is a good electric die grinder Click Here
Lastly, whenever you're doing any sort of grinding or sanding you'll want to use eye and respiratory protection. Trust me, you do not want to be breathing in metal particles!
A great product for protecting yourself is this respirator Click Here
Alternatively, this is also a great respirator to pair up with safety glasses Click Here
Use these filters with the previously mentioned respirators Click Here
If you're doing lots of buffing, I'd recommend getting some sort of ventilation like this exhaust fan that I use Click Here
And of course, always a good idea to wear gloves Click Here
- Make sure you have a 1/4" size collet for your die grinder.
- Slide the shaft of the wheel into tool and tighten lock nut.
- Always sand or buff in the same direction, try to buff in the length of the part. Intersecting scratches do not look good.
- Use light pressure with the wheel or you'll wear it out prematurely. If you need to apply heavy pressure, you’ll need to go to a more aggressive wheel.
- Buffing against the direction the wheel is spinning will cut quicker, buffing with the spinning of the wheel will give a smoother finish.
- In order to make the wheels last as long as possible, stay away from sharp edges. The direction of the wheel should be spinning away from an edge and not towards it. Adjust the orientation of the part accordingly.
- To achieve a consistent brushed look on larger parts, follow up with a fine cleaning wheel either by hand or on a machine.
- Always wear a respirator and eye protection when using the wheels!
Not sure what wheel you need? Use the Wheel Chart
If you've seen Cameron's videos, he does some pretty amazing things to restore a dirt bike. That being said, I wanted to learn how to do a higher quality level of restoration on my parts. This lil guy right here, will get into the tiny nooks and crannies to get the surfaces you can't reach with the cleaning wheels. Thanks for selling these Cam because you can't find them ANYWHERE ELSE!