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Sandpaper sheets shape, smooth, and finish metal and wood surfaces. An abrasive applied to backing material cuts small amounts of material from the workpiece to smooth the surface, remove sharp edges, and debur metal. Sheets are often torn down to fit handheld power sanders or to wrap around sanding blocks.

General Purpose Sandpaper Sheets for All Surfaces

General Purpose Sandpaper Sheets for All Surfaces

General purpose sandpaper sheets optimized for use on all surfaces have an open-coat aluminum oxide abrasive applied to a paper backing. Aluminum oxide is a strong, sharp, and durable abrasive that penetrates the work surface and withstands heat and high speeds. Open-coat abrasives have grit on about 50% of the surface leaving space between the abrasive grains to prevent swarf from clogging the surface which keeps the workpiece cooler. The paper backing provides a smooth, flat surface to provide consistent pressure across the work surface. Compatible surfaces and substrates include paint, plastic, composites, gelcoat, fiberglass, and carbon steel.

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Wet/Dry Sandpaper Sheets for All Surfaces

Wet/Dry Sandpaper Sheets for All Surfaces

Wet/dry sandpaper sheets optimized for use on all surfaces have an aluminum oxide abrasive applied to a paper backing. Paper-backed wet/dry abrasives are flexible and can be used dry or with water or another lubricant to prevent loading and minimize dust. Aluminum oxide is a strong, sharp, and durable abrasive that penetrates the work surface and withstands heat and high speeds. Compatible surfaces and substrates include paint, plastic, composites, gelcoat, fiberglass, and carbon steel.

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Hook & Loop-Backed Sandpaper Sheets for All Surfaces

Hook & Loop-Backed Sandpaper Sheets for All Surfaces
Hook-and-loop sandpaper sheets for all surfaces have an aluminum oxide abrasive applied to a paper backing. The hook-and-loop backing sticks to a compatible surface and can be quickly removed and replaced without tools, which reduces downtime and increases productivity. They're a good choice for applications where the abrasive is changed out before fully worn out. Aluminum oxide is a strong, sharp, and durable abrasive that penetrates the work surface and withstands heat and high speeds. The paper backing provides a smooth, flat surface to provide consistent pressure across the work surface. Compatible surfaces and substrates include paint, plastic, composites, gelcoat, fiberglass, and carbon steel.
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Flexible Sanding Sheets for All Materials

Flexible Sanding Sheets for All Materials
Flexible sanding sheets optimized for use on all materials have a closed-coat aluminum oxide abrasive applied to a cloth backing. The flexible, tear-resistant cloth backing conforms to contours and is more durable and tear resistant than paper. Aluminum oxide is a strong, sharp, and durable abrasive that penetrates the work surface and withstands heat and high speeds. Closed-coat abrasives have abrasive grain across the entire surface to provide a smoother finish and faster material removal than open-coat coverage. Example materials include metal, composites, wood, ceramic, plastic, and porcelain.
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Wet/Dry Sanding & Finishing Sheets for All Surfaces

Wet/Dry Sanding & Finishing Sheets for All Surfaces

Wet/dry sanding and finishing sheets for use on all surfaces have an open-coat silicon carbide abrasive applied to a paper backing. Paper-backed wet/dry abrasives are flexible and can be used dry or with water or another lubricant to prevent loading and minimize dust. Silicon carbide is a sharp synthetic abrasive that provides a fine finish in low-pressure applications such as finishing and painting preparation. It breaks down faster than aluminum oxide. Open-coat abrasives have grit on about 50% of the surface leaving space between the abrasive grains to prevent swarf from clogging the surface which keeps the workpiece cooler. Compatible surfaces and substrates include paint, plastic, composites, gelcoat, fiberglass, and carbon steel.

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Wet/Dry Paint-Preparation & Finishing Sheets for All Surfaces

Wet/Dry Paint-Preparation & Finishing Sheets for All Surfaces

Wet/dry paint-preparation and finishing sheets for use on all surfaces have a closed-coat silicon carbide abrasive applied to a paper backing. Paper-backed wet/dry abrasives are flexible and can be used dry or with water or another lubricant to prevent loading and minimize dust. Silicon carbide is a sharp synthetic abrasive that provides a fine finish in low-pressure applications such as finishing and painting preparation. It breaks down faster than aluminum oxide. Closed-coat abrasives have abrasive grain across the entire surface to provide a smoother finish and faster material removal than open-coat coverage. Compatible surfaces and substrates include paint, plastic, composites, gelcoat, fiberglass, and carbon steel.

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Wet/Dry Screens for Drywall Sanders

Wet/Dry Screens for Drywall Sanders

Wet/dry drywall sanding screens have silicon carbide abrasive applied to a screen backing. They're precut to fit pole-mounted drywall sanding pads. Screen-backed wet/dry abrasives don't clog and are washable for reuse. Silicon carbide is a sharp synthetic abrasive that provides a fine finish in low-pressure applications such as finishing and painting preparation. It breaks down faster than aluminum oxide.

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Wet/Dry Sanding Screens for Soft Materials

Wet/Dry Sanding Screens for Soft Materials
Wet/dry sanding screens for soft materials have an open-coat silicon carbide abrasive applied to a screen backing. Silicon carbide is a sharp synthetic abrasive that provides a fine finish in low-pressure applications such as finishing and painting preparation. It breaks down faster than aluminum oxide. Open-coat abrasives have grit on about 50% of the surface leaving space between the abrasive grains to prevent swarf from clogging the surface which keeps the workpiece cooler. Soft materials include plastic, brass, drywall, and wood.
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Cool-Cutting Sandpaper Sheets for All Surfaces

Cool-Cutting Sandpaper Sheets for All Surfaces

Cool-cutting sandpaper sheets optimized for use on all surfaces have an open-coat ceramic abrasive applied to a paper backing. Ceramic self-sharpens faster than other abrasives to remove material quicker. Quicker material removal speeds up the work and keeps the surface cooler, making ceramic a good choice for heat-sensitive metals. Open-coat abrasives have grit on about 50% of the surface leaving space between the abrasive grains to prevent swarf from clogging the surface which keeps the workpiece cooler. The paper backing provides a smooth, flat surface to provide consistent pressure across the work surface. Compatible surfaces and substrates include paint, plastic, composites, gelcoat, fiberglass, and carbon steel.

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Sandpaper Sheet Assortments

Sandpaper Sheet Assortments
Sandpaper sheet assortments include a selection of different grits to perform a variety of sanding operations.
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Hand-Sanding Sheets for Soft Woods

Hand-Sanding Sheets for Soft Woods

Hand-sanding sheets for use on soft woods have an open-coat garnet abrasive applied to a paper backing. Garnet is a natural, sharp abrasive that won't leave scratch marks on bare and soft wood, such as pine and fir. Garnet is not as durable as synthetic abrasives. Open-coat abrasives have grit on about 50% of the surface leaving space between the abrasive grains to prevent swarf from clogging the surface which keeps the workpiece cooler. The paper backing provides a smooth, flat surface to provide consistent pressure across the work surface. Examples of soft wood include pine, fir, cedar, and spruce.

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Polishing Sheets for All Metals

Polishing Sheets for All Metals
Polishing sheets for use on all metals have an open-coat emery abrasive applied to a cloth backing. Emery is applied to a cloth backing to polish, smooth, and clean metal. Emery is not used on wood. Open-coat abrasives have grit on about 50% of the surface leaving space between the abrasive grains to prevent swarf from clogging the surface which keeps the workpiece cooler. The flexible, tear-resistant cloth backing conforms to contours and is more durable and tear resistant than paper. Example metals include mild and carbon steel, cast iron, cobalt, titanium, and chrome.
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Flexible Diamond Sanding Sheets for Hard-to-Grind Materials

Flexible Diamond Sanding Sheets for Hard-to-Grind Materials
Flexible sanding sheets have a diamond abrasive applied to a cloth backing for use on hard-to-grind materials. Diamond is a very hard abrasive used on a variety of hard-to-grind materials including nonferrous metals, glass, composites, chilled iron, and thermal spray coatings. The flexible, tear-resistant cloth backing conforms to contours and is more durable and tear resistant than paper.
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