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Posted by Sandpaper America on Apr 22nd 2020

What is Glass Paper?

If you are new to the carpentry world, or simply on the market for some coated abrasives for a home project, you are likely to come across a term for sandpaper that will confuse you. Glass paper is …

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3 Ways to Make Your Steel Brushes Perform Better

Posted by Sandpaper America on Jun 19th 2019

3 Ways to Make Your Steel Brushes Perform Better

Steel wire brushes are a popular and convenient tool for every metal fabrication hobbyist. Not only do they effectively separate surface contaminants without jeopardizing base material, they can …

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Facts About Orbital Sander Back Up Pads

Posted by Sandpaper America on May 29th 2019

Facts About Orbital Sander Back Up Pads

As someone who is familiar with building and construction, you know that random orbital sanders are one of the most fundamental tools to have on hand for general woodworking needs. Without this hand …

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What Causes Raised Grain on Sanded Wood?

Posted by Sandpaper America on Mar 25th 2019

What Causes Raised Grain on Sanded Wood?

For many woodworkers, raised grain is a common issue. After sanding your wood down to a smooth, flat surface, a day later the flat surface is no longer flat. There are actually a few reasons why thi …

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Basic Tips for Sanding Wood Floors

Posted by Sandpaper America on Feb 11th 2019

Basic Tips for Sanding Wood Floors

If you wish to upgrade, renew, or restore the wood flooring in your property, sanding is a lucrative and effective option. Sanding your floors is an important step to wood floor refinishing, and sho …

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