The high-performance, spun-fiber disc operates at 2,600 RPM to provide the proper combination of user control and abrasive performance due to the open-web disc design that minimizes paint and dust build up.
Slightly tilt the sander on its edge to remove paint chips, or operate it flat for smooth, feathered paint edges that create an ideal surface for repainting.
- High-power 3.2 Amp motor provides powerful performance
- 2,600 RPM provides the optimal combination of disc performance and user control
- High-performance, spun-fiber 3M disc aggressively removes paint yet is gentle on surfaces
- Operating the disc on its edge removes stubborn paint chips
- Operating the disc flat will smooth and feather the paint edges for an ideal surface for repainting
- Open-web disc design minimizes the loading-up of paint and dust
- Flex-Disc system conforms to contours to provide consistent results on uneven surfaces
Parts and Accessories
Why does the Paint Eater kind of "bounce" when using it on a vertical surface? When I first started using it I didn't feel that it was "bouncing". But after two hours of use it sometimes "bounces" while sanding.
Mine just stopped working suddenly, almost like it had over-heated or blown a fuse, but it won't go back on. Did I use it to death? Had it about five weeks and been using on a deck.
It sounds like the paint eater is pretty abrasive. Can it be used on interior walls to remove oil based paint?
Can I pay TT
Can it be used to wet sand? i.e. on areas sprayed with water to prevent dusk
Is the Painteater safe to use on Crittall style windows or other frames and doors where the paint edges approach glass window panes within the door or window?
Does this tool would work to strip down a concrete column to original concrete look?
Will it remove paint from brick
Prop 65 Warning
WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov