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Dremel 511E EZ Lock Coarse Grit and Medium Grit Finishing Abrasive Buffs, 2-Pack

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  • Ideal for refinishing furniture, cleaning grills, and removing paint and tarnish
  • Features the EZ lock design for use with any Dremel rotary tool
  • Constructed of non-woven fibers impregnated with aluminum oxide and silicon carbide
  • Pack of 2; one medium and one coarse abrasive buff
  • Measures 1 inch in diameter
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Dremel 511E EZ Lock Coarse Grit and Medium Grit Finishing Abrasive Buffs, 2-Pack + Dremel 512E EZ Lock Fine Grit Finishing Abrasive Buffs, Pack of 2 + Dremel EZ402 EZ Lock Mandrel
Price for all three: $21.01

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Technical Details
Part Number 511E
Item Weight0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 0.2 inches
Item model number511E
Size1
ColorSilver
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
  
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ASINB000FBF3OM
Best Sellers Rank #5,221 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2004
  
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Dremel Mfg. Division EZ Lock Compatible Abrasive Wheels,Coarse&Medium, DRE511E

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The Dremel EZ Lock Coarse and Medium Grit Finishing Abrasive Buffs are easy to use and switch out, even while wearing gloves. Constructed of non-woven fibers impregnated with aluminum oxide and silicon carbide, these buffs are ideal for refinishing furniture, cleaning grills, and removing paint and tarnish. The first patented system of its kind, the EZ lock design allows these buffs to be used on any Dremel rotary tool. This pack includes one medium and one coarse abrasive buff. The dark brown coarse buff is 180-grit; the light brown medium buff is 280-grit.

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Customer Reviews

These buffs do a great job of light sanding and polishing.
Peter F. Gawne
Digging in may buff slightly faster but the wheeels will wear out twice as fast.
CCJones
These buffs don't seem to last very loong but work fine as long as they last.
M. Walter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Relic VINE VOICE on March 16, 2010
these buffing wheels do the job, they get into all those little cracks and smooth them out. But the material on the wheel wears out exceedingly fast. To give an example: I fashioned a 1 1/2 x 1 inch ladybug for a neclace pendant. These wheels put the finishing touches on the pendant beautifully, but they both were used up and I was left with a small silver round thing and a shank. If they weren't so expensive, I'd give them a five-star rating. But using these buffs will be expensive. Otherwise, I can't do without my Dremel tool, most versatile tool in the shop.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Shagrat on November 27, 2009
I thought these would be great for taking the fuzz off some carvings I made with my Carvewright machine. They begin to work but wear out so quickly that you end up using several for one job. That adds too much cost to the project. I could make it work if they were around $1 each, but not at this price. I still have not found the perfect accessory to smooth these carvings.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Thomas H. Canfield on January 11, 2007
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The EZ Lock works great and is fast to install. Initial cost of spindle adds to cost, but can be used for other applications. The abrasive buffs are not as aabrasive as I had hoped for, but do the job taking a little longer. They are more for polish than real abrasive as the "Buffs" might imply. I did find the selection and cost better at the local Home Depot after I receoved the order, but put that in the experience column to check around.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By CCJones on July 16, 2009
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They Work as designed (WAD). Just like sanding, let the tool do the work. Digging in may buff slightly faster but the wheeels will wear out twice as fast. The EZ lock works well and the buffer are great for small jobs.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mike on October 10, 2010
I've cut circular sections of 'Scotch-Brite' abrasive scouring pads and attached them to the cutting wheel mandrel (the one with the screw). It works for cleaning a grill. I ran it at 24,000 rpm with out a problem. They do wear out quickly, but are incredibly cheap.

I haven't tried steel wool, but plan to in the future. Make sure you wear eye protection. I don't know what speeds these non-demel approved materials can withstand. Use at your own risk I guess.

One drawback of the 'Scotch-Brite' pads is that the hardened scouring portion is only on the face and back of the wheel, not on the edge. But it does work.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Roger Priest on July 17, 2009
I needed to sand the inside of a routered groove on several things I built. When I saw this I thought it would be great for sanding where the router bit fuzzed up the grain. It worked but wore out so quickly I can't afford to use them for all I have to do. It may work great with other applications.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Photoleif on August 17, 2012
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I use the heck out of these for cleaning grout. They are really perfect for this task, except they aren't durable. I realize there has to be a balance between removing grout and removing travertine, and somewhere in the middle of that has to be destruction of buffing wheels. Still though, it would be nice to either 1) have these purchasable in a multi-pack composed of just one type, or 2) singly at least. As it is, I grudgingly use the gray one and it lasts a couple of feet (of grout-removal), and then I swap on a beige one and that lasts a few more feet, and on and on.

In terms of use for other things, such as rust-removal, they're fine for final or near-final work. For heavy removal, these will be destroyed far too soon. The gray one smooths paint, and isn't particularly useful for initial removal unless the paint is loose already.

In the scheme of "consumable" items, these rate very high on "consumable" and fairly moderate to low on durable. But they're the only game in town. I like what they do; it's just their durability that I wish were improved.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rico S. on July 16, 2014
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There are not many accessories for the Dremel that work as well as these do. They're quite versatile and I use them for all sorts of jobs. Yes, they will eventually wear down & you will have to replace it. But isn't that the case with any accessory, you have to replace sandpaper when it wears don't you? They have the EZ lock feature which is nice & you get two different grits. The price is good I will keep buying these.
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