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3M Stikit Gold Abrasives Woodworker Set of 3, 1" Roll

3M Stikit Gold Abrasives Woodworker Set of 3, 1" Roll

3M Stikit Gold Abrasives Woodworker Set of 3, 1" Roll

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3M Stikit Gold Abrasives Woodworker Set of 3, 1" Roll

About This Item

Efficient, durable, economical! Convenient 1" width.
Professional grade sandpaper with handy self-adhesive backing. Set of 80, 120 and 220-grit rolls for general woodworking and instrument making. Conveniently sized to fit our radius-sanding tools.

Stikit™ abrasives cut like a file, and last longer than regular sandpaper. The sharp aluminum oxide grit is slower to load up with sanding dust, too. Outstanding durability and performance have made Stikit the favorite in our own shops.

Stikit papers are supplied in 15-yard rolls (45 feet / 13.71 meters), an economical length for small shops.

Sanding a radius?
Check out our Woodworker Set with a 2-3/4" width, which is the exact fit for our radius sanding tools.

Works on stainless frets, too!
All of our tools are suitable for use on stainless-steel fretwire, with the exception of our Fret Tang Nippers. Modern stainless-steel fretwire is known to be harder than the traditional nickel-silver blends, but our own shop experience indicates the wire does not cause premature wear of files or sandpapers.

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

Trade Secrets!

Trade Secrets!

Michael Greenfield shows how to sand guitar bodies

Michael Greenfield of Greenfield Guitars explains clearly why it's critical to have properly shaped and sanded guitar bodies before you rout them for binding. Michael shared this great Trade Secret with us during the 2013 Northwoods Seminar last August.

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Works Great IMHO


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Completely leveled a fretbord with 120 grit worked perfect even for a first timer, just watch the videos go slow and with the correct tools it will turn out great like it did for me