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Abrasive Sandpaper

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1. Conveniently mounted on a 3/32" mandrel

2. The most common natural minerals used in abrasives are emery and garnet, while four common manmade types are silicon carbide, aluminum oxide, ceramic alumina, and alumina-zirconia.

3. Categorized as coarse (40 to 60 grit), medium (80 to 120 grit), fine (150 to 180 grit), very fine (220 to 240 grit), extremely fine (280 to 320 grit), and super fine (320 to 400 grit) (360 and above).

4. The finer the grit and the smoother the sandpaper, the bigger the number. The substance is removed more quickly with coarse sandpaper, but it leaves behind significant scratches. Fine sandpaper removes less material, leaving a smoother surface behind.

5. We are available in different grit sizes: 240# 400# 600# 800# 1000# 1500# 2000# 2500# 3000# 5000#. And each of size of grits can be used in different function.

✅Sandpaper with a grit range of 40 to 80 is ideal for rough sanding and removing stock quickly, such as when using a belt sander to remove the edge of a stuck door.

✅ 100 to 150 grit sandpaper is a good starting point for the majority of operations, including sanding raw wood and removing old varnish.

✅Sandpaper with a grit range of 180 to 220 is good for removing scratches caused by coarser grits on raw wood and for lightly sanding between applications of paint.

✅ Sandpaper with a grit range between 320 and 400 is used for moderate sanding between layers of finish and for sanding metal and other hard surfaces.

✅600-1500 Grit belongs to the fine grit category and can be used to polish mahogany furniture, amber, linden seeds, gold, etc.

✅Above 2000# Grit requires a particular level of talent and is utilized mostly for fine polishing, dead skin removal, nail polishing, etc.

✅Above 5000# Grit Adopting cutting-edge nanotechnology, the surface particle size is relatively small and is utilized largely for fine polishing of premium products.

Used for: polish alloy, metal, jewellery, stone, hard wood, etc.