Premium Sanding Blocks Make Short Work Of Surface Prep
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When it comes to sanding I have two simple goals.I want to spend as little time as possible on the task, and I want the best possible results because I've put a lot of effort into the project up to that point and I don't want to take any shortcuts that could compromise the appearance of my project.
For most projects I use a random orbital sander and palm sander up through 120 or 150 grit, then I hand sand to 220.I've invested in good quality power sanders that do a great job, but the hand sanding phase is critical because it produces the final surface that will receive the finish.
I've used a lot of approaches to hand sanding, including folding an abrasive sheet in my hand which leaves an inconsistent (wavy) surface, homemade wooden sanding blocks upon which it is a pain to secure sandpaper, and low cost commercial rubber versions that leave the sandpaper too loose and waste too much of it by only using a small portion of the sanding surface.
After doing a bit of research I found a couple nifty sanding blocks that promised better results.But, at roughly $20 apiece, would I...