Check out 50 Cent’s gorgeously massive luxury home located in Connecticut.  Ever wondered how his crib achieved that polish and bling? The secret is not in the tiles, but the cup wheel. But, we’ll get to it later on.
For now, let’s talk about his enormous crib. It boasts of an impressive 19 bedrooms, 37 bathrooms, 6 kitchens, 5 Jacuzzis, 2 snooker rooms, an indoor swimming pool, a night club, a gym, an indoor racquetball court, a tennis court, a home cinema, indoor shooting range and oh yeah, a pond. Fiddy as some may call him bought the home from Mike Tyson and renovated and refurbished this mansion for a whopping $6 million.

Now, let’s take a little peek inside. Shiny, isn’t it? To make this crib a standout among the others, it is the diamond cup wheel that did the trick.  If you would notice the image on your right, the floors are tiled with granite, which are never usually that shiny. A cup wheel is just the right tool to show that luster.

A diamond cup wheel is a metal-bonded tool with diamond segments welded or cold-pressed on a steel wheel body, which more often than not looks like a cup. Diamond grinding cup wheels are mounted on concrete grinders to grind abrasive materials like marble, granite or concrete.  Diamond cup wheels are diamond tools that are used for cutting, grinding, and polishing extremely hard surfaces and materials.
One can choose from a variety of diamond cup wheel to fit various construction and masonry requirements from concrete cup wheelsand stone cup wheels to floor grinding pads and polishing pads. Familiarize and know the nature of the project that you are tasked to do before choosing the kind of cup wheel to be used. The light segment often used for light workloads such as grinding the paint and other surface coatings, while large segments can take on severe workload such as grinding concretes.
Now to imitate 50 Cent’s enormous crib, for polishing granite, marble and stone, polishing pads are the right diamond cup wheels to use.  

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