9 Best Sander Sheets

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Top 9 Sander Sheets

1
3M 9225NA 45Inch By ( Sheets, Asst. Grit, 18-pack)
Product Highlights:
  • 4.5 in x 5.5 in
  • assorted grit
  • 18-pack
2
LEOBRO 72 Pcs 140mm ( 80 120 240 Grits Shipping By FBA)
Product Highlights:
  • package includes 72 pcs 6 different grades sandpaper: 40 60 80 120 180 240 grits,12 of each type
  • size: 140mmx90mm,suitable for 140mm sanding machine
  • velcro backed, durable and practical, great for general grinding,polishing and sanding
3
BAOSTC 14 Sandpaper Sheet412512 ( Assorted 60-80-120-180-240,50PACK)
Product Highlights:
  • size: 4-1/2"x5-1/2"
  • no hole
  • color: red
4
3M 99221ES 45Inch By ( Medium Grit, 15-pack)
Product Highlights:
  • the product is 15pkmed palm sand sheet
  • easy to use
  • the product is manufactured in china
5
PORTERCABLE 380 14 Sheet ( Finish Palm Sander)
Product Highlights:
  • design reduces user fatigue
  • provides longer switch life
  • 2.0 amp motor moves at 13,500 opm, providing a superior finish
6
DEWALT DWE6411K 14 Sheet ( Grip Sander Kit)
Product Highlights:
  • 2.3 amp motor sands at 14,000 opm
  • locking dust-port system that allows the user to lock vacuum hose up with the sander
  • reduced overall height of the sander to get the user closer to their work
7
BAOSTC 14 Sandpaper Sheet412512 ( Assorted 60-80-120,50PACK)
Product Highlights:
  • size: 4-1/2"x5-1/2"
  • no hole
  • color: red
8
Sheet Finishing Sander 12 ( 1/2 In, 2.9 A)
Product Highlights:
  • power tools and accessories
  • country of manufacture: japan
  • manufacturer: makita
9
WEN 6304SP 14Sheet Sander ( Sandpaper (12 Pack))
Product Highlights:
  • hook-and-loop backing for easy attachment
  • includes three 80-grit, three 100-grit, three 120-grit and three 240-grit sheets
  • designed to work with the wen 6304 quarter-sheet palm sander

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