DAMO Variable Speed Stone Polisher + 5” Wet Polishing Kit for Concrete Floor / Countertop

Bring the life out in your project with the DAMO variable speed stone polisher.  You’ve meticulously built your form, poured and vibrated your concrete, and are left with nothing but a raw slab of concrete.  Are you ready to bring out the beauty and wow factor that your job deserves?  With this DAMO polisher watch the “magic” right before your eyes as you transform your masterpiece!

DAMO Variable Speed Stone PolisherFeatures:

  • Variable speed feedback system
  • Optimized gear ratios
  • Variable Speed 700 – 3,000 RPM
  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)
  • Garden hose / faucet adaptor
  • Lock on switch
  • Splash Guard
  • “C” handle
  • Side handle
  • Water control valve
  • Set of DAMO 5” polishing pads

Variable Speed Feedback System – This newly upgraded feature sends information to the motor to keep the RPM at a steady pace whether it is under a load or not.  This helps in maintaining an even finish throughout your project.

Optimized Gear Ratio – This redesign allows for increased torque output.

Variable Speed – This is a necessary feature when changing grits to achieve maximum smoothness on your finish.  The higher the grit, the higher the RPM.

GFCI – Keeps the operator protected from electricity leaks.  Always use caution when mixing electricity and water.

concrete polishing padsLock on switch, Splash guard, and side and “C” Handle – Allow for maximum control of the operator, while making it easier and more efficient to operate.

Water control valve – Adjust just enough water to keep the polishing pads from heating up.  Running excess water will create a situation where the motor could be exposed to water.  If this happens, as a safety feature the unit will shut down and not operate until the motor completely dries.

Set of DAMO 5” polishing pads – Set of 7 pads, grits included are as follows: 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500, and 3000.


  • Cost
  • Features
  • Easy to use
  • 5” disk diameter


  • Temporary shut off if motor gets wet, causing down time until the motor dries.
  • Messy
  • Too small for doing a large floor
    1. horsepower

polished concreteOther Specs:

Weight 6.5 pounds

Dimensions 18” x 6” x 8”

120 volts, 800 watts, 7 Amps

Spindle 5/8 – 11


Whether you’re polishing a small bathroom counter, or an entire kitchen, the DAMO hand held concrete polisher is the tool for the job.  Because of its size, it can get into hard to reach areas.  You can accomplish beautiful results at an affordable price.

The picture above is the finish you can accomplish using this polisher.  This is the result of polishing standard concrete mix.  This is the same polisher I used in the DIY polishing concrete countertops article.  It is a very cost effective tool, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to try and finish concrete for any reason, or application.

If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below and I will be happy to get back to you as soon as possible.  If you have any experience with this item and would like to leave your own review, please leave it below.


KD Forsman · March 3, 2018 at 3:21 am

Thank you for sharing this information, we are looking at building a home and putting in a concrete floor wetroom bathroom. I see that you mention that this product is not suitable for large floor areas, but would it handle a smallish bathroom area ok? Cheers, Karen

    Jeff Klinger · March 3, 2018 at 4:06 pm

    You could do a small bathroom floor with this product. It all depends on how willing you are to be on your hands and knees to do the job. It would definitely be back breaking work to use this 5″ polisher for the job, but it could be done.

Linda Rose · March 3, 2018 at 3:25 am

I’ve seen some concrete finishes like this and they are amazing! I didn’t know about this tool, but it looks perfect for the size jobs usually around the house. Thanks for being so concise in your description of the product. It’s easy to read and understand. I enjoyed reading about this.

    Jeff Klinger · March 3, 2018 at 4:01 pm

    Yes it’s great for jobs around the house. The results that can be achieved with it even surprised me when I used it. It does take some practice to get the finish you want.

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