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7" SDR7 Series Vacuum Sanding Discs For BNR1841 (10-Pack)

7" SDR7 Series Vacuum Sanding Discs For BNR1841 (10-Pack)
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  • 7" Abrasive Sanding Discs Available In The Following Grit Types: 60, 80, 100, 120, 150, 180, 240
  • Designed For Use With BNR1841 Handheld Halo Drywall and Plaster Sander
  • Package of 10
  • Each Disc Features An 8-Hole Pattern To Align With The BNR1841 Sanding Head For Dustless, High-Performance Sanding
  • Hook and Loop Backing Allows For Simple Replacement and Ultra-Strong Adhesion
  • Each Disc Is Made Of An Aluminum Oxide Blend


GRIT TYPE
FUNCTION
#60 - #80
For heavy sanding, stripping, and roughing up the surface
#100 - #120
For smoothing of the surface, removing smaller imperfections, and removing marks. This grit is commonly used for most projects. In fact, it's best to start with this grit and move up if necessary.
#150
Fine sandpaper for a final sanding pass before finishing. Fine grits like this are all used once the majority of the sanding is done.
#240
Very fine grit sandpaper for sanding between coats of stain or sealer. For smoothing of the surface, removing smaller imperfections, and removing marks. This grit is commonly used for most projects. In fact, it's best to start with this grit and move up if necessary.

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It's tempting to buy coarse 60 or 80-grit paper to speed up the sanding job. However, because modern lightweight joint compound is so soft, heavier grit sandpaper is not a necessity. Coarse-grit paper may have a tendency to leave undesirable sanding marks. We recommend 120-grit or 150-grit paper for the best results.



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