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Old 10-05-2017, 01:27 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Ok, I'll bite....what a stripper?
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Ok, I'll bite....what a stripper?
Basically something to make strips of sandpaper with. Not sure if the other poster has a special tool or not, but here is mine. (did you think i was going to post something else ? )

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I must be doing it wrong. I just use a pair of scissors.
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I must be doing it wrong. I just use a pair of scissors.
Kind of dulls your scissors don't it?
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Old 10-05-2017, 10:50 PM   #15 (permalink)
 
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[quote=moke;1941383]Has anyone tried the new peachtree sanding strips, they come in a tear off strip container?
https://www.ptreeusa.com/abrasive_rolls.htm <SNIP>

Peachtree has a product seemingly like Abranet in a cardboard box with several rolls. Further down on the site there is a metal box with several rolls of cloth backed sanding strips. I would be interested if the metal box were available with mesh strips. Alas, It probably will not be.
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I must be doing it wrong. I just use a pair of scissors.
Kind of dulls your scissors don't it?
Not yet, but if it does I have a sharpener.
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I prefer Abranet and wet Micro Mesh for just about everything.

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