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    Okay to you guys that use this stuff... what am I doing wrong?

    I load up a pair of Sisal wheels, let it dry... even for a couple of hours one time. Turn it on, hit a part and *!* gone.... I get about 15 seconds of work out of it.

    The sisal seems to load on the "threads" sticking out, not the wheel face.

    Any tips?

  • #2
    Wrong wheels. Use spiral sewn, not sisal. Try to use a hand drill or something lower RPM too, if you can.

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    • #3
      Well that sucks... I guess I've ruined 4 wheels. No way to clean them for any other use I'm guessing.

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      • #4
        You could probally clean them up by raking the hell out of them. Because of the nature of sisals and their ability to get really small really quick you should be able to rake off the part with greaseless than use them to polish.

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        • #5
          I'll try that, thanks.

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          • #6
            just use a sprial ... i have killed alot of sisals this week

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