Absinthe Pete Posted October 15, 2010 Share Posted October 15, 2010 So I'm just about done with my 200 gallon Stainless Steel Boiler and need some idea from you people on how to clean it up so it has a nice uniform finish on it. Using a wire wheel on a drill gives me a nice satin polish to it, but wire buffing a 200 gallon boiler would not be easy and by the end my arm would have fallen off. I do have a sand blaster, but don't want a sand blasted finish, but do have baking soda for abrasive blasting, but again it's a small sand blaster and would take an enormous amount of time. Use green 3M pads really does nothing as well as the small surface area of 3" 3M conditioning discs (roloc). I have many tools, grinders and buffers, but not sure what would be best to cover a large area efficiently. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Maybe I should use a large sanding disc, 6" or so, at 320 grit or something?? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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