Model#: DRLN511E

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Dremel 511E EZ Lock Finishing 180 & 280-Grit Abrasive Buffs (2-Pack)

  • Dremel 511E EZ Lock Finishing 180 & 280-Grit Abrasive Buffs (2-Pack)
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Great for cleaning and light sanding, Dremel's EZ Lock Finishing Abrasives can be used on wood, metal, glass, aluminum and plastics.
  • Compatible with both the EZ Lock Mandrel and Standard 402 Mandrel
  • 180 Grit Course Abrasive Buff
  • 280 Grit Medium Abrasive Buff


Compatible With: All Dremel Rotary Tools
Grit: 180 / 280
Max. RPM: 15,000
Quantity: 2
Type: Buff



3.8 / 5.0
6 Reviews
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Good product
I am refinishing a piece of furniture that has very ornate decorations on it these pads work great to get the stain off these areas but as most other people have said they don't last no mater how slow you run them or how you try to make your passes. I five pack of the 180 grit would be fantastic.
August 15, 2017
Originally posted at
Works great, but weras out quickly
I was looking for a product to sand the inside of a small, one piece box that I routed out. the inside is so small that sand paper is awkward. I brought a pack of the coarse and medium grit. the coarse grit worked great. Because it's flexible you could work it down into the corners and the base. the drawback . . .it lasted about five minutes and was worn out. I tried the medium grit and it lasted about two minutes. the concept is great, but they need to be more durable. the grits should be sold separately and in multi-packs . . . for am more reasonable price, say $1/unit.
June 16, 2016
Originally posted at
Grit was not indicated, love the product
Love the product, with a light enough hand, it lasts great. It (along with every other Dremel accessory) needs better, actually ANY kind of label for them. You're out of luck if you don't keep the packaging, and that's even a little vague. You can refer back to a 2 ft long poster that's useless because you can't see the tips to be accurate when ordering online.
March 19, 2016
Originally posted at
Love these for jewelry making
I love these for cleaning off my edges after cutting out the metal they work great but which grit is which color? the question has been asked above but you never answered the question for us who are just google searching!
January 1, 2016
Originally posted at
Awesome, but sell them separately!
I love the more abrasive of the two... I need these in bulk! They are expensive, but last a totally reasonable amount of time. I love the EZ-Lock system. Well done Dremel, but please, sell the 180 grit on it's own (or better yet, in a five pack).
January 3, 2015
Originally posted at
Color question?
Great product!
Must limit speed as previous comment from Dremel.

Color code ?:
Tan = Course ?
Black = Medium ?
Brown = Fine (This one is EASY!

Labeling improvement needed. Under artificial light, it is difficult to distinguish Tan from Brown.

Thank you.
September 7, 2014
Originally posted at

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