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Rex-Cut Stainless Steel Finishing Kits Grain-In or Polish Railings in Three Steps

FALL RIVER, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/10/12 -- Rex-Cut Abrasives is introducing a new line of stainless steel tube finishing kits specifically packaged to grain-in or polish railings from weld removal to the final finish in three steps.

Rex-Cut Stainless Steel Tube Finishing Kits were developed to grain-in or brightly polish railings from weld removal to the final finish in only three steps. Each kit includes a selection of parts combined to provide a time-saving solution for grinding and finishing stainless steel railings to the desired finish. An inside corner weld blending disc is also available.

The Rex-Cut SS Tube Satin Finish Kit #749000 produces a No. 4 Finish (food grade) and includes: a 4-1/2" x 7/8" Fusion medium disc, a 4-1/2" x 7/8" Unitized 25FN disc, and 1-1/2" x 23" Tex-Belt AO fine. For a highly reflective finish, Rex-Cut's SS Tube Polish Kit #749001 produces a No. 7 Finish and includes: a 4-1/2" x 7/8" Fusion medium disc, a 4-1/2" x 7/8" Unitized 25FN disc, a 4-1/2" cotton felt disc, and a 5" x 1-3/8" very fine rouge stick.

The Rex-Cut SS Tube Satin Finish Kit #749000 sells for $39.95 (list) and the SS Tube Polish Kit #749001 for high reflective rails sells for $49.95.

About Rex-Cut Abrasives
Rex-Cut Abrasives is the oldest manufacturer of cotton fiber abrasive grinding and finishing products in the world. Since the early 1920s, they have been manufacturing a non-woven cotton fabric that is impregnated with abrasive grit and then pressed and formed into various shapes. These specialty abrasive products constantly reveal fresh abrasives as they work and typically reduce finishing steps in all types of industrial and architectural welding and metal fabrication applications.

In 2008, Rex-Cut became 100% employee-owned, a loyal and experienced team who has a true interest in the continued success of the company. Rex-Cut offers a broad line of reinforced nonwoven cotton fiber abrasive products for a wide range of grinding, deburring, blending, and finishing operations on stainless steel, exotic alloys, aluminum other metals, fiberglass and certain composites.

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