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Silicone carbide sandpaper is often a dark gray or black color and usually can be used either web or dry.  Use it on acrylics wet and on woods dry.  This type of sandpaper is used for sanding automobile finishes, and is available in grits up to 2000.  It can be used wet or dry and can be washed off and re-used.  
 
Silicone carbide sandpaper is often a dark gray or black color and usually can be used either web or dry.  Use it on acrylics wet and on woods dry.  This type of sandpaper is used for sanding automobile finishes, and is available in grits up to 2000.  It can be used wet or dry and can be washed off and re-used.  
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