|09-22-2010 05:03 AM|
|09-21-2010 07:49 PM|
|nmcgrawj||Where can i buy the fandelli sand paper?|
|07-02-2010 06:27 AM|
I used all those brands and a few more....Now days I use Fandeli made in mexico....its not only low cost ,its far superior than any I've used in the past...I talked about it in the thread "hook it II being discontinued"
sand paper can be cheaper but more expensive in the long run because you use a lot more.
Fandelli is hard to wear out and priced the same or less than the cheap crap...try a sheet of any grit and you'll see. I've been using it for a few years now....sometime a product is head and shoulders above the rest and has to be complemented on no matter who makes it or where its made ,This is one of those products...I just cant say enough about it...it comes in the sticky and felt backing so theres no need to change pads with a differnt brand...
|06-29-2010 05:18 PM|
I have used the indasa for years, Velcro DA, Velcro air file and Velcro long board. As long as you don't go finer then 320 grit, it is every bit as good as the Norton Champagne paper, so 80-320 DA is good, the finer OK but not as good as other brands.
I use the Norton 800 DA paper.
I do like the air file paper but would give Norton and edge with their Blue stripper series and for roloc disc's I use 24, 50 in the indasa but for my 4" and 7" grinder I go with the Norton 24 grit blue stripper.
|06-29-2010 05:00 PM|
|angel85lx||thats what i was thinking i us 3m but looking for a savings also its made in the usa so i wanted to find people that have used it.|
|06-29-2010 04:53 PM|
I use Indasa paper because it's cheap, I like others
better, but they cost a lot more.
3M is much better.
|06-29-2010 04:01 PM|
your opinion on Indasa Abrasives sand paper
Has any one ever used there produtcs. I want to get some 6 hook da pads