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End Bristle Brushes Finish Surface Roughness with One Fine Grit

Boride Engineered Abrasives adds Cristone end bristle brushes to its extensive offering of polishing products and accessories.

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Boride Engineered Abrasives adds Cristone end bristle brushes to its extensive offering of polishing products and accessories. Made from the same high-quality crystalline fibers as Cristone crystal fiber detail polishing stones, these end bristle brushes are ideal to use for cross hole deburring, surface finishing and polishing aircraft parts, engine blocks and medical devices.

The bristle brush structure is the latest in nano technology that enables time saving by finishing surface roughness with only one fine grit, as well as easily removing burr and tool marks after the cutting process. Brushes are available in one size and many grits ranging from 150 to 6000, enabling users to work on the hard materials, such as carbon or stainless steels to non-ferrous metals such as aluminum or copper.

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