$66.15 – $136.50
Concrete DNA™ Diamond Satellite Pads are professional grade diamond impregnated pads that can be used dry or wet. They are available in 16″, 20″ and 27″ diameters and a range from 30-1500 grits. These pads will open the surface of flat concrete and hone the surface to properly accept a densifier/hardener and continue to hone and polish to 1500 grit.
These diamond impregnated concrete polishing pads are unique in the fact that they have a diamond resin material blown onto both sides of the pads. The also have diamond dots (satellites) that allow for a superior flat cut that no other pad can do. Many customers find that on new concrete floors all they need to get a professional polish job is to use our pads….no big grinder. In fact, our level 2 concrete polish system, was designed to mimic the owner of concrete floor supply’s experience while consulting with Wal-mart and Sam’s club. On new floors they use an 800, densify, 1500, all wet. They then buff with our 3000 grit(Concrete DNA™ Double Sided Diamond Pads).
The pad can be flipped over and used for cleaning or burnishing. There are diamonds on BOTH sides!
Very professional service! Had everything we needed and great prices compared to local competitors. Thanks for the great service.
Michelle is awesome. The flake I order from Amazon was discontinued half way through my floor. She found a box still in stock and setup shipping so my job would not be ruined!... read more
AmeriPolish Rejuvenating Cleaner Have always had prompt service, sometimes delivery is even earlier than stated
Informative and helpful staff - worked with Michelle on my project from start to finish, she sent samples, answered every question, and her advice never failed. I am a homeowner who worked on her... read more
Epoxy Flake B-715 Bought this for my son for the floor in his new wooden workshop. It looked awesome. Worked as advertised!
The crew at Concrete Floor Supply are amazing! Chad is a former contractor and knows many of the potential pitfalls and solutions to nearly every project. His industry knowledge is superior to all of the... read more
New to this business I was searching for a lot of help. Several emails back and forth corresponding with Michelle, I decided to call and talk with her directly. Best contact I've made. She was... read more
All the other reviews are absolutely true. These guys (and it was the receptionist who suggested we could do this ourselves, saving $$$, thanks gal!!) are terrific with the customer service and know... read more
Outstanding customer service! I followed their advice and my floor turned out amazing! Also rental machine was in excellent condition and you can tell they take care of their equipment. It’s a rare find to... read more
They were incredibly helpful in guiding us through each step in the process of polishing our basement floor. It turned out fantastic and I recommend them to anyone who is needing anything from small projects... read more
I had an issue with an order and the owner Chad, called me and we talked for a length of time. Chad made me feel like he cared about me as a customer and we... read more
I had an issue with an order and the owner Chad, called me and we talked for a length of time. Chad made me feel like he cared about me as a customer and... read more
Question: We just poured a shop floor and want to polish it. We used a power trowel and got a decent finish…not perfect and want to polish the floor. What pad do I start with?
Answer: This is a question we get often and there is not “one answer” other than the better the finish the higher you can start in terms of grit. I would not recommend starting at higher than a 400 grit from what was described. Polishing a concrete floor is somewhat like building a house…you have to have a good foundation. Our level 1 polish kit starts out with a 400 and the level 2 kit starts with a 50 grit pad. If you start lower and you’ll most often have a better floor (foundation). Most power troweled floors can be started at a 200 or 400 grit depending on the amount of trowel marks. In terms of cost…it doesn’t cost that much to start a grit lower and work up from there. Your already ‘there’ and with these pads and systems the polishing process is exponentially faster than traditional polishing so there is not a huge time obligation in doing another grit.
Question: What do I do to prepare my concrete floor for a concrete stain?
Answer: Preparing your concrete is the most important part of a ‘concrete stain and seal’ project. We have seen floors prepared with diamond tooling perform much better than floors that are simply ‘cleaned’. The right grit to use for satellite pads is typically our 30 grit satellite pad. This pad deeply cleans the concrete and most importantly LEAVES THE PROPER PROFILE FOR THE SEALER. Without the proper profile the sealer will peal like skin. Our satellite pads are made to achieve the profile needed.