- High-value film-backed abrasive discs for paint prep and finishing applications
- Durable film backing is tear-resistant and provides a consistent finish
- Aluminum oxide abrasive delivers a fast cut and long life
- Resin bonding resists heat for added durability
- Stikit attachment system makes for fast disc change-outs and longer disc life
Our 3M Stikit Red Finishing Film Abrasive Disc 260L is a high value abrasive disc that delivers best-in-class finishing performance in collision repair. Featuring aluminum oxide, our longest-lasting, fastest-cutting abrasive, on a durable, flexible film backing – ideal for paint prep and removing runs before compounding. Stikit attachment features adhesive backing for change-outs.
The Right Backing for Refined Finishes
Built for toughness and precision as well as value, our 3M Stikit Red Finishing Film Abrasive Disc 260L delivers best-in-class performance for a variety of finishing applications such as sanding prior to painting, leveling minor dust nibs and smoothing mismatched orange peel in paint or gelcoat before compounding and also scuff sanding – the disc is faster and easier to use than traditional scuffing pads, plus there’s no drying time that you get with wet sanding. This reattachable disc features flexible film backing that resists tears and maintains a smooth, consistent cutting surface without imperfections that can transfer through to the finished piece.
Tough Abrasive, Smooth Results
Our 3M Stikit Red Finishing Film Abrasive Disc 260L features fast-cutting, long-lasting aluminum oxide mineral abrasive. Aluminum oxide is popular among collision repair professionals because of its fast cut-rate and long life. This mineral makes a tough, durable abrasive that self-fractures to expose fresh cutting edges, whereas traditional natural abrasives dull more quickly. Due to its fast cut-rate, hardness and strength, it is widely used for grinding in addition to sanding and finishing applications. Aluminum oxide is suitable for a wide variety of materials in metalworking, including ferrous alloys.