>>> I use an angle grinder with 3" 50 grit rol-lock disks made by 3. The > disk are green and do gum up a little, but I can usually pick the lumps > off the disks with my fingers. The disks run a little over a buck a piece > but they are a sure time saver, and no colored smears. I picked mine up > from NAPA auto parts.>>> Hope this helps.>>> Travis I forgot about the green discs..they worked great,I got mine in a box of junk from a tool sale and searched high and low for them with no results.Hell I pass by a NAPA store every day and didn't have a clue.Little tricks like this are what makes this site go...nice job Bro.
>>> Guys>>> I'm by no means professional, but I got this cool 3M 2inch sander > attachment for my drill from the Hardware store. Made in your part of the > world. Was only US $10 for the base and 3 discs that screw on. They getted > pretty gummed up how can I get the lam resin off without buying new ones? > think someone had a fix?>>> Holger>>> ps takes it down in no time and puts a smile on the dial, anyone say ready > for hotcoat! I use a small steel brush, its about an inch long and pretty tough. I'll either just brush the disc, or hold the brush against the spinning disc. The trick is to brush often. (Where have I heard that before?) Surprisingly, the steel brush doesn't remove the grit (or that much, if any.) Also, soaking in acetone (see, Gene's comments) for the really nasty chunks. Kevin
>>> ever have a problem with smearing or discolorazation? No problem, just take a little longer. Kokua
>>> I forgot about the green discs..they worked great,I got mine in a box of > junk from a tool sale and searched high and low for them with no > results.Hell I pass by a NAPA store every day and didn't have a > clue.Little tricks like this are what makes this site go...nice job Bro. Any time. Going surfing tomorrow. Surf finally picked up a little.