These are simply awesome ...


... sanding pads. If you have not tried the Norton 3X ROS pads yet do not hesitate. I picked up three packages of 60-150-220 at the BORG a few weeks ago and got around to trying them out over the weekend. They are simply stunning. There is no clogging to speak of and they do a great job.
I was hesitant to buy them at first because my usual pattern is to start with 80 grit, move to 120 and then 180 and possibly 220 as a final pass. I wondered about the 150 being up to taking out the swirls of the 60 without burning up a lot of pads. Surprise! Not only does the 60 cut my first pass sanding time down, but the 150 pads do a fine job of cleaning up the swirl marks and the final pass at 220 saves me a sanding step. All this and they really do look like they will last 3x as long. If you haven't tried them yet you will not be disappointed.
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"DIYGUY" wrote in message

Thanks for the tip on the Norton ROS pads ... as it is, and when I can't scrape, here lately I find myself sanding more and more by hand with Norton sandpaper, by preference.
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