- P1500 grit is ideal for leveling dust nibs and sanding of mismatched orange peel
- Film backing provides control and responsiveness during wet sanding spot repair
- Hookit™ attachment system allows for fast, easy changeouts with Hookit™ abrasive discs, disc pads and soft interface pads
- Part of the 3M™ Perfect-It™ Paint Finishing System for high gloss, deep color finishes
- Patterned, precise mineral structures provide a combination of fast cut and consistent finish
Our 3M™ Trizact™ Hookit™ Clear Coat Sanding Abrasive Disc 471LA is ideal for spot repairs, including leveling dust nibs and orange peel, before sand scratch removal. Microreplicated 3-D mineral abrasive structures are distributed uniformly across the disc surface and wear evenly for consistent repair and longer disc life. Film-backed discs are part of the 3M™ Perfect-It™ Paint Finishing System.
Advanced Abrasives for Collision Repair
As part of our Perfect-It™ Paint Finishing System, 3M™ Trizact™ Hookit™ Clear Coat Sanding Abrasive Disc 471LA features a P1500 grit abrasive for post-scuff wet sanding spot repairs. This disc is ideal for leveling dust nibs and sanding out mismatched orange peel on all automotive paints. Trizact™ abrasive stays sharper longer, reducing material costs. Film backing provides plenty of control. The result is a truly sparkling paint and clear coat finish. Trizact™ Hookit™ abrasive discs work with our Hookit™ disc pads and soft interface pads for responsive application and fast, efficient changeouts during the paint finishing process.
Use with 3M Hookit™ Disc Pad 05551 and 3M Hookit™ Soft Interface Pad 05777. Our 3” discs are excellent with Hookit™ Clean Sanding Disc Pad Kit PN 20427.
About Our Trizact™ Abrasives
For more predictable finishes and improved, consistent quality, 3M™ Trizact™ products feature microreplication – small 3-dimensional structures are reproduced and then uniformly distributed over the surface of the abrasive. These patterned, precise mineral structures contain multiple layers of abrasive mineral. As the structures wear, fresh, sharp mineral is exposed. The result is that the abrasive cuts faster, allows for precise finish control, and stays sharper longer – operators can even reduce grade sequences during collision repair, requiring fewer process steps and fewer abrasive products.