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Many industries can benefit from abrasives distributors, whether manufacturing, abrasive grain and finishing, or fabrication. Some distributors gear their products towards industrial use, including diamond drills. Such distributors offer many services for their customers, including bulk discount sales, shipping and delivery, online ordering, and installation. They may also offer repair or parts replacement.

Many online sites offer extra services for customers, such as full color catalogs, virtual and phone assistance, warehouse locators, and online account management. Companies that need the regular services of abrasives manufacturers usually want to create a long lasting business relationship with their abrasives provider. This means commitment to quality and excellent customer service should be at the forefront of offerings.

Abrasives distributors often tailor their equipment and other products toward individual needs, and may offer custom products such as drill sharpeners, sanding and grinding discs, surface prep equipment and supplies, buff and blend wheels, and stone polish wheels to smooth out rough edges. Sales reps should have extensive knowledge of products the company sells, including metal cutting saws, rolls, finishes, powders, and more.

Many professionals working in this industry have been in it for many years. Although specific education is not required for most positions, experience and backgrounds in sales, abrasives, business management, and wholesale operations are all good to have. Prompt turnaround times, good time management, and excellent communication skills are also important when working with various clients.

Costs can vary, and some companies offer discounts and regular sales on their products. They should be knowledgeable about the composition of their abrasives, usually made up of minerals, and be proficient at matching products with customers' unique needs. Materials can range from wood to metal, and different machines and equipment are needed for different surfaces. Whether sanding, polishing, cutting, or grinding, abrasives serve many important purposes.

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Arcon Supply Write review for this local business
5940 Paonia Ct, Colorado Springs, CO 80915
(719) 593-7972  
All Custom Design Solutions LLC Write review for this local business
305 E Woodmen Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80919
(719) 598-8110  
Metal Finishing Systems Inc Write review for this local business
4575 S Navajo St Unit A, Englewood, CO 80110
(303) 936-2244  
Another Source of Supply Write review for this local business
3998 S Mariposa St, Englewood, CO 80110
(303) 781-6767  
Fortna Equipment Co Write review for this local business
2985 S Wyandot St, Englewood, CO 80110
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4401 E 46th Ave Ste B, Denver, CO 80216
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Abrasives are used to prep items, including wood and metal products, to be repaired or finished. Custom wood furniture or metal fabrications can be sanded with super abrasives or use rough grinding performed on them to achieve the desired shape and appearance. Discs, wheels, sheets, rolls, and belts are available to help the process of cleaning a product and getting it ready to be sanded, grinded, or polished. In order to blend and finish wood or metal, special equipment and tools are required. Bonded abrasives can be used on a variety of surfaces for finishing purposes. Maintenance on some products, such as wood tables, that have already been coated with a finish may require blending and polishing from an abrasive in order to get the old finish off. Diamonds can be cut using special abrasives to give them a clear and clean look. Conditioning some materials can also be done with the right maintenance. If you plan on having something prepped and cut, using an abrasive can be a quick way to give it the finished look you want. Call different stores that you find online or in a phone book that specializes in abrasive materials. Ask if they can give you a price range on the type of product you're looking for. If friends and family do a lot of work themselves on their wooden furniture, they may be able to tell you of a store that they prefer to shop at. A person at the store can help you determine what type of abrasive will work best for the job you want to have done.