A 6~8 weeks ago I purchased a 10 pack of 120 grit Festool Granat sand paper and happy to announce, better than Brilliant, in my experience.
Both papers do a good job but the baby blue colored Granat seems to hold up better and longer. This paper simply does not load up with melted glue.
I have posted pictures of the recent set of cabinets that I built for my wife's sewing studio and I am currently in the middle of finishing up on a 6 drawer cabinet that will set below my steel work bench. All 5 cabinets had double face frames that are glued, not screwed, together. So that is 10 face frames with center stiles on 8. I had 112 joints, front and back to sand and remove squeeze out. On top of that the 6 drawers had 24 joints to be sanded and 48 domino's that needed to be sanded flush after trimming with the multimeter. All of these had some degree of sanding and glue removal.
I used a total of "2", 120 grit Granat sanding disks to do all of that plus all the surfaces of the entire cabinet and drawers.
I will warn you however a box of 10 disks is $13.00. The remaining 8 disks should be good for 20 more cabinets.
I think I will buy again.