Abrasives remove material from a workpiece. They're integral to shaping and creating a clean, finished surface in construction, welding, metalworking, and machining operations. Sanding abrasives clean and smooth surfaces to prepare them for final finishing. Cut-off and grinding abrasives install in power tools to cut, sharpen, and grind metal, ceramic, and other materials. Abrasive blasting fires ground media at a surface to remove paint and surface imperfections. Brushes and wheels aggressively remove rust, mill scale, and weld spatter. Sharpening stones hand sharpen metal cutting edges, such as knives and chisels. Deburring tools remove ragged edges from metal. Mounted points install in die grinders and rotary tools to grind, polish, and deburr material. Polishing tools remove small scratches and buff wood, metal, glass, and other materials to a high gloss shine. Tumblers rotate to deburr, finish, and polish surfaces of small parts.