Sander / Polisher Pads

For superior results in wood or metal surface finishing, turn to our exceptional range of sander and polisher pads at Carey Tools. These pads are designed for universal compatibility, seamlessly fitting a wide array of popular sander and polisher brands. Whether your task involves removing old paint, tackling tough rust, or achieving a high-gloss finish, our pads are the reliable allies you need. Our sander polisher pads are built to last. They're made from durable materials capable of enduring multiple projects. When they do need a refresh, simply run them through a washing machine cycle, and they're ready for their next use. We offer a variety of densities to suit every aspect of your project: from high-density pads for that extra shine to medium-density pads ideal for a blend of polishing and grinding tasks. Explore our selection today and prepare to enhance your sanding and polishing tasks. At Carey Tools, we provide the quality and variety you need to ensure exceptional finishes time and time again.

Frequently Asked Questions


What is the Shipping Cost ?

At Carey Tools, enjoy free shipping on all orders over 75 euro. We are committed to providing our customers with exceptional value and service.

Is Delivery Available Across Ireland?

Yes, we provide delivery throughout Ireland, encompassing Dublin, Cork, Galway, and beyond. Our dependable delivery partners ensure timely delivery within 1 – 5 working days. Please refer to the delivery notice on our website for up-to-date information before your order.

What's the Difference Between Buffing and Polishing Pads?

Buffing pads are designed to remove swirl marks and scratches for a smoother finish but require careful use to avoid stripping the surface material. Polishing pads, on the other hand, are used to enhance the shine on surfaces that are already relatively smooth and are not as effective in rectifying dents, scratches, and other surface defects.

How to Choose the Right Sanding Pad?

Choosing the correct sanding pad depends on your project's needs. Harder pads are better for creating flatter surfaces, while softer pads are ideal for following the contours of irregular surfaces or accentuating variances in materials like wood.