Loose Cotton Plies | High Gloss Finish | Flanell "Soft" FM230

Diameter: 100 - 400 mm

Bore: 10 - 65 mm

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Weight: kg
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Loose full-round blades made of soft Molton FM230 for polishing wheels

For decades, polishing discs made from completely round blades have been the proven standard polishing discs for all metal polishing work steps - from pre-polishing to a high-gloss finish. The loose, fully rounded sheets made of 100% pure raw cotton fabric are suitable for assembling polishing wheels in the polishing workshop as required. With our configurator, the diameters and holes of the loose cotton sheets can be configured with common dimensions. Thanks to our first-class types of cotton, the polishing discs made from them are particularly effective and enable safe and dust-free work.


  • Loose layers of 100% pure raw cotton Molton FM230
  • Selectable diameters 100 - 400 mm
  • Bore diameter configurable 10 - 65 mm
  • Order quantity from 1 kg


For our professional polishing discs, we only use Oeko-Tex® certified fabrics made from raw cotton from controlled cultivation areas. All of the plain weave cotton cretonnes we use are 100% free of synthetic fibres. For this reason, our polishing discs wear out evenly and are particularly dust-free.

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FM230 is a finely napped raw cotton cretonne with a specific weight of approx. 200 g/m². By roughening a heavy raw cotton nettle, its fabric structure is specifically weakened and a very soft and flexible structure with fine microfiber velor is created. At the same time, the last remnants of abrasive impurities are brushed out of the raw cotton fabric by napping. Molleton is therefore particularly suitable for finish polishing discs, which are used for high-gloss polishing on non-ferrous metals, paintwork and plastics.