There are two common ways to remove rust and other contaminants from angle grinders. Chemical methods can be dangerous, confusing, and can take time. Or use mechanical methods to make it easier, faster and safer by using a clean demolded disc and angle grinder wire brush.
The standard method for removing rust and other contaminants is to use acid-containing chemicals. They are irritating chemicals that emit a strong smog, so you need to cover up and cover up any other substances that acid may absorb. Or, you can try a safer, non-toxic, acid-free chemical, but it takes longer to get started. After that, you still need to scratch, sand and brush off the released paint or rust, and you may need to do this multiple times to return it to a clean angle grinder.
If you want a cleaner, faster way to remove paint, rust and other surface contaminants from the angle grinder, try mechanical means. Use power tools such as angle grinders or straight grinders, sanders, and even drill bits. Angle grinders equipped with stripping and polishing discs or grinding wheels, angle grinder wire brush or grinding wheels will remove paint, rust or other surface coatings, but will not remove or cut into the base angle grinder or material.
You can use fiber trays, flaps or sanding discs to quickly handle heavy objects and large objects. However, since these products are designed for removal, they are easily digging or scooping into the base angle grinder, leaving the substrate in its original shape or state, requiring more rework. Again, these products can quickly become blocked by paint or similar items, so you won’t get the full life and cost.
angle grinder wire brush
angle grinder wire brushes are available in the form of curls and kinks, making them ideal for removing light, rough surfaces or angled/small shapes.
The crimped angle grinder wire brush is more flexible and can be easily removed.
The twisted angle grinder wire brush is stronger and removes heavy objects faster.
Angle grinder wire brushes are best suited for light removal, soft paint coatings or coatings that are not firmly bonded to angle grinders, such as sheet paint, scaly rust, and even weld spatter. A heavier, hardened or firm coating can cause the angle grinder wire brush to deburr or round the edges. If you don’t plan to remove all the coatings, just remove the loose or peeling parts, making the product the best choice.
Clean and strip
Clean n strips made of sturdy non-woven fibers with additional coarse abrasives, specially designed to strip and remove rust, coating and any without removing the base material (steel, stainless steel, plastic and wood) Surface contaminants while maintaining a clean manageable surface.
Designed to be “easy to use” to reduce rework.
Since the open mesh structure does not block, it works more efficiently than conventional coated abrasives.
Safer than angle grinder wire brushes, reducing the risk of wire breakage, and it will remove all coatings back to the base material cooler and cooler than angle grinder wire brushes.
There are two types of cleaning and stripping or stripping and finishing: black is softer, more suitable for shape or light work, purple is stronger, and can be removed and extended faster