Zona Paper Reuse

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pngeezer

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Joined
Apr 17, 2018
Messages
12
Location
Fallston,MD
I rinse mine off after every use and it lasts a very long time. I also cut mine into 1x3" strips and staple them together to use for pen blank finishing.
 

sorcerertd

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Joined
Sep 30, 2019
Messages
1,458
Location
North Carolina, USA
I'm cheap. I rinse them. I'd probably think twice about re-using it on wood if I had previously used them on metal, though. For what it's worth, I cut them into long strips (width of the page) about 1" wide, then cut off the used end when it no longer seems effective.
 

montmill

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Joined
Jan 26, 2008
Messages
437
Location
13528 Old Hwy. G Montfort, Wisconsin
Mine are used on CA so I get a white powder build up. I put some used ones in a laundry bag and my wife is washing them. We'll see how that turns out. I think I'm fiscally conservative (my kids say cheap) and don't like to throw away things. Waste not, want not was preached to me while growing up by my depression era parents.
 

Marko50

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Joined
Oct 22, 2013
Messages
924
Location
Orem, UT
Meh, I chuck it once it's all gummed up with the white-ish powder from polishing resin. Time is too precious and valuable to me to spend on washing sandpaper. It's a disposable commodity in my book. Just my .02¢
 
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