Allows grinding and polishing at the same time.
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Discs are precision stamped and bonded with hook and loop backing. Resin over resin bonding resists heat and humidity. Wet or dry applications. The extra thick zinc stearate coating on these discs offers superior lubrication and requires less water than typically used in wet applications. Water misting is more effective than a steady stream.
Material released from the disc surface during use is NOT abrasive grain, it is zinc stearate. This coating is designed to slough off gradually while providing close tolerance and a perfectly even surface finish.
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I bought this product to use for wet sanding paint correction on my car. I was expecting this product to be similar to grit sand paper that I have used from 3M and others that I obtained from local auto parts stores. This sand paper did not perform to the level of other brands that I have previously used.
I used these in combination with some grit sand paper to polish a clear coat on my car. I just used a random orbital sander and a spray bottle. Even after getting wet, backing did not separate after a couple of uses. Loop backing is very tough and grabs the hook surface so well you don't just peel this off, it takes a little bit of work. Also, these don't seem to clog as much as other brands when wet sanding. Cut out of a trunk, the three-foot-long, almost one-foot-wide butter barrel weighs 77 pounds and comes complete with a lid.
We could smell it, and it was attracting crows," Fitzharris told local reporters. Now housed at the conservation department of the National Museum of Ireland , the barrel and its buttery contents are being cleaned and analyzed. The aim is to "conserve both the vessel and the butter. It is hoped that through further tests the species of the wood will be identified and the vessel dated through radiocarbon dating," the museum said in a statement.
The newly found barrel is typologically similar to a number of vessels already in the museum's collection, which have been dated to the Iron Age B. Split along the middle due to the expansion of butter over time, the barrel features tool marks from a knife, chisel, adze or axe.
It is an invaluable addition to the national collection," Padraig Clancy, assistant keeper at the National Museum of Ireland, told Discovery News. Good times in ancient times According to Clancy, it is likely that the butter was put in the bog for practical reasons, rather than ritual. Probably, it was the stored harvest of an Iron Age community, who used the bog as a primitive kind of fridge.
Indeed, burying food — and many other things — in peat bogs wasn't an unusual practice. Some packages of butter have been retrieved from bogs, along with exceptionally well-preserved wooden objects, swords and ornaments. The bogs' unique chemistry is what allows these artifacts to endure.