- How To
What Does It Do?
Removing scratches, scuffs, rust, and corrosion is an easy task with the right sandpaper. We've got you covered with a wide variety of sandpaper discs.
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- Available in 3", 5", and 6" sizes
- Offered in grits 80-3000
- Discs are attached using a hook and loop style
- Silicon carbide abrasive
- Can be used for wet or dry sanding
- Works on metal, wood, plastic, paint, stone, any many other materials
- Available in packs of 5 or 20 discs, and packs of all grits
- Max RPM: 6000
These discs are made from a hook and look backed material and finished with a silicon carbide abrasive.
How To Use
If using a drill, here's a cheap drill that works great with these discs.
Here's a few recommended sanders:
For metals, start with 80 grit for deep scratches, 320 grit for medium scratches, and 600 grit for minor scuffs.
For plastics and wood, start with 320 grit for deep scratches, 600 grit for medium scratches, and 800 grit for minor scuffs.
- Remove as much grease, oil, and dirt as you can before using the discs, so you’re not contaminating them.
- Attach disc onto sander, making sure it is centered on sander pad.
- Try to sand evenly across the part so you don't end up with dips or low spots.
- Use only light to medium pressure with the discs or you'll wear them out prematurely.
- If sandpaper starts to clog up and become less effective, sand with soapy water or a lubricant such as Maxima MPPL or WD40. This will also help achieve a higher shine and smoother finish.
- In order to make the discs last as long as possible, be careful around sharp edges.
- Always wear a dust mask or respirator and eye protection while sanding!
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