15" Mesh Screen Abrasive Discs

Screening is often called buffing, since the screening is done with a buffer. Screening both smooths the floors a bit, and the abrasive action allows the polyurethane to adhere to the surface better. Screening happens between each layer of floor coating to level out the raised layers of wood and result in the smoothest finish possible.

Use a mesh screen driving pad between the buffer and the screen to adhere the screen to the buffer and get best results.

Hardwood Floor Sander Sanding Screens - 15" Round Mesh Screens

  • Available in Grits from 60 Grit to 220 Grit
  • Durable Coated Screen Mesh
  • Used in Conjunction with Pad Under Machine
  • Economical Boxed Quantities
  • In-stock and Ready to Ship

Please check your current sandpaper size or consult your sander's owner's manual to ensure correct ordering.

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Option Activity / Use Grit Size Surface Type Unit Purchase
15" Mesh Screen Disc 60 Grit
414-15060
Between Coat Buffing 60 15" Round Hardwood
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15" Mesh Screen Disc 80 Grit
414-15080
Between Coat Buffing 80 15" Round Hardwood
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15" Mesh Screen Disc 100 Grit
414-15100
Between Coat Buffing 100 15" Round Hardwood
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15" Mesh Screen Disc 150 Grit
414-15150
Between Coat Buffing 150 15" Round Hardwood
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15" Mesh Screen Disc 220 Grit
414-15220
Between Coat Buffing 220 15" Round Hardwood
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