Is the Jet sandpaper high quality?


For the Performax drum sander, that is.
I need to pick up a few grits in the next couple of days, but I won't get a bunch of it, if the Jet paper is considered crappy. What say the Performax users?
Dave
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Klingspor. Feel free to water rinse it clean, air dry, and reuse frequently.
The Jet paper isn't 'crappy', just more money than you need to spend for heavy use.
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Patriarch wrote:

this has been discussed before, but I've slept since then)
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They have a rudimentary online store, from whom I've purchased papers, in larger quantities than I'll quickly use. Good stuff.
http://www.woodworkingshop.com /
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Just stay away from the Kingsport PSA paper. It is basically permanent stick.
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Leon wrote:

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I have one sandpaper supplier, Klingspoor. I think that they have great products & customer service.
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