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How to use a concrete grinder to polish concrete?

Concrete grinders are widely used for grinding and polishing concrete floors and stone floors. Finally, they achieve the effect of refurbishing old floors and dust-free new floors.

Product benefits of floor grinding machine

  1. The side effect is good, which can save the cost of buying a trimming machine.
  2. Split design, easy to detach, and install the cutter head.
  3. Fine grinding, smooth effect.
  4. Ergonomic design, beautiful shape, comfortable control, reduce work fatigue.
  5. Safe method, compact structure.
  6. The price of the machine is gorgeous, and the performance is stable. Choose a suitable small and thicker water milling sheet to start working, and end with a large and more thin one. In order to achieve a better polishing effect, it is recommended not to skip the number.
Grinding machine construction

How to use a concrete grinder to polish concrete?

  1. Choose a suitable small and thicker water milling sheet to start working, and end with a large and more thin one. In order to achieve a better polishing effect, it is recommended not to skip the number.
  2. Roughly distinguish the ground’s gloss level and correctly determine the starting building of the grinding. On rough foot, start grinding with a coarser particle size first. Otherwise, it will take more time to achieve the desired effect.
  3. If you find that it takes a lot of time to grind away the scratches, you should change to a thicker silent film, which will save you a lot of time.
  4. 4.The movement line during operation should be horizontal first and then vertical, and each line should overlap half of the previous adjacent line.
  5. Before starting the second process, make sure that your scratches on the stone surface have been completely removed.
  6. Keep in mind that your first process is to grind away the scratches, and the latter approach is to grind more brightly.