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Old 11-11-2018, 04:47 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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I am still trying to post a pic. I use the sandpaper in question on wood. I don't know what is was made for, but it sure works good on wood. I do appreciate everyone's help. I would be lost much more without it. I only have 1 piece left, it is 1 3/4" X 3".

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Can I try and send someone an e-mail with the pic of the sandpaper and maybe they could post it for me? I am having no luck even with the instructions.


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There ya go Preston, hopefully someone can figure it out for you.

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There ya go Preston, hopefully someone can figure it out for you.

Thanks a lot. I'll move you up a notch on my will.

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I posted your link in my #8 posting to you and showed you an example of what it might be.

Evidently that link broke. It worked an hour ago. Anyway here is the link to the paper I think it is.

http://www.amazon.com/EZ-FLO-45205-W.../dp/B00838J94O

There is no way we are going to know for sure whose paper it is. There are many brands out there. There looks like some writing in light blue faintly showing. Maybe a name.

https://thepatriotwoodworker.com/for...tfy-sandpaper/
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What size is it? There is a 6 x 48 sanding belt with a 402 serial number I saw on the web. Ive seen similar Emory sheets at Harbor Freight. Thick and blue.


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