The Best Diamond Polishing Pads

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The Best Diamond Polishing Pads
Granite is finished with diamond polishing pads. (granite image by Roman Sigaev from

Diamond polishing pads are used to finish the edges and flat surfaces of granite, marble and other natural stones. These pads can be used either wet or dry and come in three, four, five, seven inch and larger sizes. Established in 1994, The Diamond Tool Store specialises in diamond tools and equipment and has listed the best diamond pads on the market.

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The Conquer brand offers a variety of diamond polishing pads. The Conquer 3-Step Polishing Pad set comes complete with a set of three pads. Instead of seven steps, this product cuts the amount of steps in half and is safe for polishing granite, marble and other natural stones. Conquer Pads with Small Lock Backing are similar to the previous product, except they have a different backing pad. The polishing time is still cut in half and this set safely polishes the same types of stones.


Dia-Plus has four different types of diamond polishing pads on the market. The Premium Diamond Polishing Pads work best at 1,500 to 4,500 rotations per minute (RPM) with hand-held polishers and at 175 RPM when used with floor polishers. Dia-Plus 4 Inch Dry Diamond Polishing Pads are designed for polishing granite and marble without water. The Dia-Plus Convex Diamond Polishing Pads are an economical way to polish ogees--s-shaped edges--and concave edges found on stone counter tops. Lastly, this brand also produces Rigid Diamond Polishing Discs--wet application discs made for granite and marble flooring.


EA has both premium and standard diamond polishing pads to suit your needs. Both the premium and standard pads come in a set of seven. The premium pads have a diamond thickness of 3.5 millimetres. These are used wet and work with both hand-held grinders and floor machines. The standard pads are four inches thick and work on granite, marble, concrete and other stones when used with water.

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