I skeptically bought a pack last week to refinish a piece of furniture....1
50 grit. So far I am pleased with ease of use and effectiveness. Lots of c
oves and beads and the paper, make that product, handles them very well. Ah
heck, I'm still gonna call it sandpaper. I can't comment on the 15x as I'v
e never really tried to see how long sanding material lasts. I would buy ag
On Monday, August 17, 2015 at 6:35:50 PM UTC-5, Leon wrote:
Might have to try it. Wish you had posted this yesterday, I would have bought some, then. I bought 2 packs of the All Purpose, packs of 20 sheets. I suppose I could exchange them.
Rubberize backing: Wonder if it folds like the All Purpose sheets.
I think it will fold to a degree but will probably leave you a radius
return on the fold vs. the backing being entirely flat back to back.
I don't think this is going to replace paper backed so much as being a
better choice for rounded surfaces and easing edges AND lasting
But let us know if you do heat it and how that turns out.
That would be OK, I almost exclusively use the foam backed paper for
easing sharp edges.
"If" you have used it in this capacity you understand that this can
often raise a splinter. Is this paper resistance to a splinter poking
through the backing? Again the foam backed seems to be pretty resistant
to this happening.
Thanks again for the info.
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