Dremel Cleaning/Polishing Kit Of 20

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Dremel Cleaning/Polishing Kit Of 20

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Dremel Cleaning/Polishing Kit Of 20



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This Dremel cleaning/polishing kit is for to polish corrosive-resistant materials and clean hard to reach areas. It's compatible with rotary tools.

  • Guarantee - 1 year
  • Accessories included - 3 x nylon bristle brushes (3.2, 12.7 and 19.1mm), 1 x carbon steel brush (19.1mm), 1 x silicon carbide impregnated polishing wheel (12.7mm), 6 x felt polishing wheels (13mm), 2 x emery impregnated polishing wheels (22.5mm), 3 x felt polishing wheels (26mm), 1 x polishing point (10mm), 1 x screw head mandrel, 1 x threaded head mandrel and polishing compound.
  • Contents - Various accessories plus 401 and 402 mandrel

Features and Benefits

  • For cleaning and polishing in a convenient box
  • Removable accessory tray and 3 dividers
  • Quick start guide included

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Dremel Cleaning/Polishing Kit Of 20
Brand Dremel
Material Nylon bristle, stainless steel, silicon carbide, emery
Colour description Navy and white
Height 40mm
Length 145mm
Depth 40mm
Model 684

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