These 20" jumbo steel wool floor pads are for the experts in the floor cleaning industry. You can use these pads with any of our 20" floor buffing machines. These Jumbo steel wool pads are thick and fluffy, promoting high absorbency and minimal clogging. They are hand-wrapped and designed for maximum surface contact at the optimal angles.
Shake them out so they can be used over and over for cleaning, dry scrubbing, polishing, or finishing almost any type of floor. Once attached to the bottom of the floor buffer pad, the weight of the machine will keep the steel wool pad secure. For an even tougher pad that is more compact and less prone to tear, shred, or fray, and with less tendency to roll up or bunch up, check out our 20" Textsteel pads.
You must select your desired grade from the drop-down menu above. We offer 8 different levels of abrasiveness for our steel wool floor pads. The grade is determined by the thickness of the steel wool wire. Please read the descriptions below to figure out which grade you need for your application.
#0000 (Finest): For buffing and cleaning. Buffs wood, shellac, lacquer, and varnish with wax or oil.
#000 (Extra-Fine): For buffing, polishing, and removing. Buffs new wax finishes and polishes stainless steel. Removes paint drips and splatters, as well as minor burns from wood and leather.
#00 (Fine): For buffing, cleaning, cutting, and removing. Buffs final finish on painted trim. Removes old finishes with finish remover.
#0 (Medium-Fine): For cleaning and removing. Good for use on marble floors. Removes rust from metal surfaces.
#1 (Medium): For cleaning and preparing. Good for use on granite flooring. Cleans linoleum, rubber asphalt, and other resilient floors. Prepares wood for the first coat of paint and smooths raised grain.
#2 (Medium-Coarse): For cleaning and removing. Good for use on VCT floors. Cleans glass or stone surfaces. Removes scuff marks and old wax from floors.
#3 (Coarse): For removing. Removes old paint and varnish.
#4 (Extra-Coarse): For removing. Removes the toughest rust, dirt, old paint and varnish. Not recommended for high gloss surfaces or delicate finishes.
Steel Wool vs. Sand Paper Comparison Chart
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Steel Wool (Grade)
Sand Paper (Grit)