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Sanding Block for Self-adhesive Sandpaper

Sanding Block for Self-adhesive Sandpaper

Sanding Block for Self-adhesive Sandpaper

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Sanding Block for Self-adhesive Sandpaper

About This Item

Durable and flexible
A dense foam sanding block with a special surface for adhesive-backed Stikit™ sandpapers. The slick green backing allows you to replace the sandpaper without damaging the foam block.

Use it wet or dry for prepping wood and sanding finishes. Can be cut down for custom sizes.

4-1/2" x 2-1/2" x 1-1/4" (114mm x 63mm x 32mm)



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5.0

Well made sanding block .

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Verified Buyer


I am in the process of finishing a Tele body from unfinished wood . It is my first guitar body to paint and clear and I know this sanding block will help . I've had experience with Auto Body repairs so I understand how important the prep ( before paint ) is in a quality looking finish . This sanding block seams to be very flat and holds the sandpaper in place and taught . Buy one and I know you will be happy .

5.0

Handy things.

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Verified Buyer


Great little block.
I use one side for my stick on and the other for my wet sanding.
I have 2 so I can have 2 paper grits to use at the same time.

5.0

Great time saver!

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Verified Buyer


The rigid edge lets you tear off the sheet cleanly (most of the time) from the roll. And peels off easily when you’re done. No more heat gun to get the sticky bits off the sanding block. Liked it so much I bought 3 more.

5.0

Versatile sanding block

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Verified Buyer


This is a handy sanding block for doing your finishing work!

5.0

Best sanding block I've used

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Verified Buyer


Love these new sanding blocks. Lightweight foam yet firm enough not to sand waves into a flat surface. Using rolls of PSA is nice instead of cutting up sheets and clamping sandpaper to a block.
I have some aluminum sanding bars that I use PSA on. Getting it off is a pain. Some combination of heat solvent and 20 minutes to change the paper. These hold the paper firmly enough to keep the paper on, but it peels right off when I want to change the paper.
Replacing my old blocks with these.

5.0

Nice FAT block

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Verified Buyer


I used this as my soft (ish) pad for cutting back with 1200 before buffing. I normally use a walmart flip flop but this will be my new sponge for that.