For wet, oil, or dry sanding. Used with water, it gives a very fine sanding of paint between coats. Also used with oil for smoothing and polishing metals. From 60 to 3000 grit.
All purpose sandpaper for wood, metal, plastic, and fiberglass sanding and for removing old paint. Most common sandpaper used in wood working. From 36 to 320 grit.
No Load Sandpaper has surface treatment that resists clogging while dry sanding. Especially good for sanding painted or primed surfaces. From 80 to 400 grit.
Sharp silicon carbide abrasive cuts fast for dry sanding between coats of varnish, paint, etc. Stearate surface-coated to resist clogging extends abrasive life. From 80 to 320 grit.
Cloth backing offers flexibility and is suitable for heavy-duty applications, such as rust removal and metal shaping. From 40 to 400 grit.
Flexible to fit contours and corners. Used for light rust removal and cleaning of metals.
Fine Crocus cloth 9" by 11" sheet sandpaper used by mechanics or machinists for smoothing metal surfaces on shafts, bushings, etc. Flexible cloth backing.
Designed for all types of bare wood sanding and finishing. Garnet abrasive fractures during use, continually forming new cutting edges. This sandpaper is the traditional choice of cabinet makers and woodworkers for producing smooth, fine finishes on bare wood. From 50 to 220 grit.
Two-sided silicon carbide non-loading sanding screens last much longer than regular paper backed sanding sheets, 150 grit.
Hook & loop (velcro) backed rolls. From 40 to 600 grit.
Adhesive backed sandpaper rolls. From 40 to 600 grit.