Do you have a lot of build up on your floor that you want to strip off or buff out? That's not a problem with this 15" Texsteel steel wool pad! This pad was specifically designed to be used on rough and rugged floors because it is less likely to tear or shred. Not only does it aggressively scrub your floors, but it also is highly absorbent and reversible for optimal use. If you are looking for something a little less aggressive, but still does a great job, then our 15 inch jumbo pads might be for you.
This size pad comes in a variety of grades, from finest to extra-course, so be sure to check out the comparison table below to find the right grade for you!
These pads easily cling to a typical red floor pad that you use on your floor machine. Don't have a 15" floor machine? We also have this same steel wool pad in 17" and 20" sizes, for your larger floor buffers.
Sand Paper Equivalent
300 - 600 grit
For buffing and cleaning. Buffs wood, shellac, lacquer, and varnish with wax or oil.
280 - 320 grit
For buffing, polishing, and removing. Buffs new wax finishes and polishes stainless steel. Removes paint drips and splatters, as well as minor burns from wood and leather.
150 - 220 grit
For buffing, cleaning, cutting, and removing. Buffs final finish on painted trim. Removes old finishes with finish remover.
100 - 150 grit
For cleaning and removing. Good for use on marble floors. Removes rust from metal surfaces.
80 - 120 grit
For cleaning and preparing. Good for use on granite flooring. Cleans linoleum, rubber asphalt, and other resilient floors. Prepares wood for the first coat of paint and smooths raised grain.
60 - 80 grit
For cleaning and removing. Good for use on VCT floors. Cleans glass or stone surfaces. Removes scuff marks and old wax from floors.
40 - 60 grit
For removing. Removes old paint and varnish.
30 - 40 grit
For removing. Removes the toughest rust, dirt, old paint and varnish. Not recommended for high gloss surfaces or delicate finishes.
12 steel wool pads per case
For use w/ 175 rpm floor buffers
#0000, #000 & #4 grades require orders in multiples of 10 cases