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 Post subject: simple sanding aids.
PostPosted: Thu Jan 13, 2022 11:13 am 
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I have often used "sanding sponges" for lathe work but they can get costly. I found that PSA strips will stick to used sponges and work quite well. And I can buy a 100 foot roll cheaper than a five pack of sanding sponges. Also I have found that two strips of wood held together by a wood screw will clamp a piece of scocth brite and a strip of PSA to use for inside sanding mugs,cups, or bowls.


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 Post subject: Re: simple sanding aids.
PostPosted: Tue Jan 18, 2022 8:27 pm 
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Donald Weimer wrote:
I have often used "sanding sponges" for lathe work but they can get costly. I found that PSA strips will stick to used sponges and work quite well. And I can buy a 100 foot roll cheaper than a five pack of sanding sponges. Also I have found that two strips of wood held together by a wood screw will clamp a piece of scocth brite and a strip of PSA to use for inside sanding mugs,cups, or bowls.



Good tips there Donald. Thanks

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