Sanding and Abrasives
We’re all for power-sanding, but once the heavy work is done, corded tools can’t compete with a little elbow grease.
When I bought my oscillating spindle sander, I didn't consider how to store six different sizes of sleeves in three grits.
A simple system to keep abrasive discs flat and at the ready for quick mounting.
Q. What is the color-grading system for nonwoven abrasive pads? I'm never sure which color is the best choice for a particular job.
When my sanding block proved too large for the aprons on a small table, I grabbed one of those credit cards that so often arrive unsolicited in the mail.
Q. Some sources recommend sanding wood only to 220 grit. Why not keep going with finer grits and make the surface even smoother?