No more buying expensive replacement sanding sleeves!
(11/23/16: This is a new item in our store, it’s so new we don’t even have videos yet. Come back in a couple weeks to see demos and more.)
You’ll save money by using your own sandpaper to make sanding sleeves as you need them. It’s quick and easy and you can use higher quality sandpaper.
Just cut and fold any type of sheet sandpaper to make your sleeve. Use the original piece of sandpaper that comes with the drum as your template.
Dimensions: 3″ x 3″ x 1/2″ (drum diameter x length x shaft diameter)
• Unique pin-locking device is simple and effective
• Use on drill presses, lathes, motors, combination tools
• Use on radial saws, and portable drills
Made in U.S.A.
Lifetime Guarantee from manufacturer: Singley Specialty Co.
Step 1) Use the original sandpaper that comes with your drum as a template. Cut your sandpaper to match those dimensions.
Step 2) Fold the ends of the new sandpaper using the original sandpaper as a template. We suggest making a small board to use over and over as your folding jig.
Step 3) Form the new paper into a cylinder and then slide it down over the sander.
Step 4) Squeeze the paper to remove the slack and to push the ends into the slot.