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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?
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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?


THE PRODUCTS

The F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.

The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.

And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.


THE TEST

The F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.

The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.

Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.


THE CONCLUSION

Speed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces.

 

Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?


THE PRODUCTS

The F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.

The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.

And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.


THE TEST

The F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.

The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.

Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.


THE CONCLUSION

Speed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces.

 

Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?
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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?
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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

Summary: 
The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?
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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?


THE PRODUCTS

The F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.

The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.

And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.


THE TEST

The F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.

The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.

Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.


THE CONCLUSION

Speed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces.

 

Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?


THE PRODUCTS

The F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.

The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.

And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.


THE TEST

The F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.

The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.

Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.


THE CONCLUSION

Speed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces.

 

Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?THE PRODUCTSThe F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.THE TESTThe F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.THE CONCLUSIONSpeed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. Check the YouTube video

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Removing welding discolorations: product comparison

19/07/2021

The Rebel One F-line, Sunburst abrasive brushes, and standard wire brushes for stainless steel. All three are good alternatives to acid pickling and one by one they succeed perfectly in removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces. But which is the best choice?


THE PRODUCTS

The F-line is part of the Rebel One unitized assortment, which makes finishing  faster, safer, and more comfortable. It is first and foremost a smooth and forgiving disc. Its open structure prevents the disc becoming clogged, which gives it a long service life and low total grinding cost.

The Sunburst brushes, for their part, are composed of polymer-bonded ceramic abrasive grains. One of their main strengths is their great flexibility because they  effortlessly adapt to the shape of any workpiece. Moreover, heat development is very limited and the risk of deformation of the workpiece is almost non-existent.

And finally, you have the standard stainless steel wire brushes for the traditional way of working. This is generally considered to be the least safe method because wires can always come loose and a lot of force is needed to control the brush properly.


THE TEST

The F-line proved to be the fastest method when finishing. But this grinding disc not only removes weld discoloration in a jiffy, it also guarantees a nice glossy finish.

The Sunburst abrasive brushes have a slightly duller finish, but like the F-line, they do not scratch or otherwise damage the surface and achieve a fine Ra value. In terms of working comfort, Sunburst rates slightly better because the flexible abrasive brush wraps itself neatly around the weld.

Just like the F-line, the stainless steel wire brushes will quickly remove welding discoloration. The finish looks rather rough and there is a greater chance of scratching the workpiece if you are not used to working this way. However, the biggest drawbacks are the limited working comfort and the safety that leaves something to be desired.


THE CONCLUSION

Speed combined with a nice finish and high working comfort, no wonder we at Cibo put forward our own Rebel One F-line as the best option for removing welding discolorations from stainless steel workpieces.

 

Check the YouTube video