Sometimes you need to get in a tight spot and your trusty sander is just a little too big to get in there.
With different sizes, grains, materials and more, abrasives come in many varieties. Your shop’s activities will dictate which ones you need to keep on hand, and in many cases, that won’t be a small number.
Winter is here, which means shorter days, cold temperatures and snow for many people.
When choosing the right abrasive for the task at hand, Revolution Per Minute (RPM) levels are one of the most important factors. Using an abrasive at the recommended RPM will result in the best performance.
Looking to tackle some new projects in your shop? If so, you are in need of abrasives.
We know finding what you need in a veritable ocean of choices when it comes to abrasives can be a daunting task, and many people will simply stick to what they know. While that might work for them, what they may not know is in the end it is costing them money because it may not be the best – or even the right – tool for the job.
You need an abrasive, and you don’t know where to start.
When you need to prep a surface, remove stock or finish a project, you can reach for your belt sander or rotary tool. But what if they’re too big to do the job? What do you do?