Stitched Polishing Mops
View our range of 'British' Coloured & White Stitched Polishing Mops. Polishing Steel or Stainless? Hollison Supply Abrasives and Metal Polishing Supplies has the 'Stitch Mop' selection for every metal polishing application.
Stitched Mops are made up of one or more discs called 'sections' approx 1/2"(12.5mm) thick which are concentrically machine stitched. Stitching varies depending on the stiffness required. The term 'Close Stitched' indicates the distance between each concentric row of stitching is 1/4"(6mm) whereas 'Open Stitched' would be approx. 3/8"(9mm). Our White Stitch Mops are made from 100% soft white cotton. Made with durable leather washers for use on taper spindles. Parrell bore holes to your requirement on request.
Starting at: £2.39Excellent general purpose Polishing Wheel. Dress with Buffing Compound for single stage polishing and Satene Compound for bobbing. Our White Open Stitched Polishing Mops are made from 100% soft white cotton. Less aggressive than Sisal Polishing Mops. Slightly softer than Coloured Stitched Polishing Mops. Learn More
Starting at: £2.39Superb for general purpose and heavy duty polishing where stiffness of mop is required. Our White Close Stitched Mops are made from 100% soft white cotton. Dress with polishing compound such as Lustre or 2630 for single stage polishing or use to cut with harder polishing compounds e.g 2000D. Learn More
Starting at: £2.78Economic, general purpose polishing mops, used for polishing all materials. Dress with polishing compound for single stage polishing and the preliminary polishing of steel with steel-cutting polishing compound. Our Coloured Open Stitched Polishing Mops are multi-layered and made with durable leather washers.
Starting at: £2.34Useful cutting mops for general polishing. Our Coloured Close Stitched Mops can also be used as contact wheel ‘runners’ for abrasive bands. Use for first stage polishing with green compound or tripoli on non-ferrous metals, or as a second polishing process with steel cutting compounds e.g carbrax on ferrous metals.