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Old 02-28-2012, 09:46 PM
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Best SMALL color sanding blocks?

I'm talking about good for getting in small areas. Doesn't have to be funky shapes, just nice little blocks that have enough rigidity to level and enough give to move around curves.

I've been using the old pink erasers you buy kids for school for years. They work great. There are times I wish I had something that had just a little more give to it though.

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You might check out this site for ideas. There's plenty of places that sell them and if you do a search they will show up. Also, you can use your imagination and make what you need?
http://dura-block.com/durablockline.html
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I've used various cut off parts of the black 3M squeegees as flexible sanding blocks. They work good and are easily cut to shape.
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