Superscreen Screen Back Discs for Wood Floor Refinishing for 20" machine (case of 10)

Superscreen Disc for 20" machine. Case of 10 - 150 grit

Item # 32969

  • 150 grit - medium fine for 20 inch machin
  • Used primarily on hardwood floors.
  • The discs sand down the old finish so that new finish can be applied.
  • Manufactured with waterproof resins and silicon carbide abrasive.
  • Screen back discs are a necessity in wood floor refinishing.

  • Add to Cart
  • Screen Back Discs for Wood-Solv™ Hardwood Floor rRestoration

    from Bane-Clene® Corp.

    Screening a wood floor

    The screen back discs sand down the old finish so that new finish can be applied. Screening is not the same as sanding, which creates a lot of dust. The purpose of screening is simply to remove any waxes, etc. and large numbers of deep scratches. Screening is usually not necessary.

    Properties & Specifications:

    • Sizes: For 17 inch and 20 inch rotary floor machine buffers.
    • Average Coverage: 250 square feet per side.
    • Construction: 150 grit - medium fine.
    • Quantity: 10 screens per case.
    • Catalog Numbers: 32967 and 32969.

    How to Use the Screen Back Method to Restore Hardwood Floors:

    1. If there is a trace of wax or other foreign material that might prevent good adhesion of the finish or a large number of deep scratches, instead of using Wood-Solv Step One No-Sanding Prep, the floor can be dry screened with 150 grit screen back discs before applying finish
    2. Place screen on floor.
    3. Place a blue or red pad on the screen to act as a drive pad.
    4. Place the rotary floor machine, equipped with a drive plate, evenly on the pad.
    5. Go over the entire floor, removing enough of the old finish that it is dull, but not enough to cut into the grain.
    6. Replace screen when it is no longer effective. It can be cleaned / vacuumed later.
    7. Remove dry residue by vacuuming.
    8. Go over the floor & baseboard with a tack rag.
    9. View the video for more details

    Related Wood Care and Restoration Information and Articles: