30 Sheets of Industrial Sandpaper – 6 grits/5 each

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Sand The Sequence SML Pack

The Small Pack (30) includes 5 sheets of 80, 100, 120, 150, 180 and 220 grit sandpaper.

AskWoodMan explains sanding the sequence in the short video below

If you decide the Small Pack is not for you, we accept custom orders too. We want you to get exactly the grits and the quantities you need. We are available to take your order by phone, by email, or through this store. Click HERE to customize your sandpaper order.

Shipping estimate for orders shipped with the 48 states:
1-10 sheets ships for approx. $7.50, 11-30 sheets ships for approx. $11.50, 31-90 sheets ships for approx. $13.50, 91-200 sheets ships for approx. $16.50

*Sandpaper always ships separately.

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  1. Herb Iburg

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I was impressed by the easy ordering and the rapid delivery. The sandpaper is absolutely excellent. It is thick and lasts a long time. I’ve used a LOT of sandpaper in my life and this is by far the best I’ve ever found. It is well worth the price. :-)

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  2. Mark Hays

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Fellow Woodworkers,
    I recently discovered “AskWoodMan” podcasts on Youtube and was impressed with the information and experience shared by Jeff. I already owned the Festool RS 2 E half-sheet sander, but seeing how Jeff used it on ganged-up pieces of banded Baltic Birch opened my eyes to how much more useful a sander it could be. I finished the podcasts on sanding and decided to order the Sand the Sequence SML pack of 5 sheets of 6 different grits: 80-100-120-150-180-220.

    The order arrived in about 5 days; that was a nice surprise! I was also impressed with the thickness of the backing on the sandpaper-it was just as Jeff had described it. Next, I ordered Festool’s Hole Punch – item# 481 523 – and the MPE Sanding Pad with a non-marring edge – item# 485 647. I found both parts in the 2011-2012 Festool catalog on p. 145. When they finally arrived, I found a 12″ x 18″ scrap piece of oak veneer plywood to experiment on. I used an old marking knife to cut the sheets in half. They only needed one stroke of the knife, and then, when I folded the sheets in half, they easily came apart. No time wasted there. The first time I tried clamping the half sheet on the RS 2 E, I struggled somewhat. Clamping the first end down was easy, but I didn’t leave myself enough length for the 2nd clamp to grab hold. Hmmm…

    I returned to Jeff’s instructions on the podcast and found the answer; I needed to use the small raised shoulder on the sander to gauge how far the first end of the halfsheet should be inserted. A little practice and I was ready to go. Each time I traded grits, this procedure became easier. Using the Hole Punch was simple and fast, unless you count the time I forgot to do it. Whoops! With the RS 2 E speed dial set between 3 and 4, the sander did a great job of sucking up the sawdust. I was very satisfied. I quickly worked through the 6 grits. Then, I used the brush attachment on my Dust Extractor hose to clean up most of the residue, followed by a cloth, and finally my hand and fingers as Jeff suggested. This cleaning sequence made sense and worked well, especially the final cleanup with the hand.

    Finally, I showed the plywood up to a raking light in my workroom. Were there any ridges and scratches? I couldn’t see a one! That old scrap of oak plywood felt and looked great. Although I haven’t yet used it to float some hard maple banding down even to the plywood surface, I was impressed by how rugged the sandpaper is and how well it performed. In conclusion: a) the service was quick, b) the sandpaper construction was just as advertised, and c) it performed very well in my short experiment.

    Would I purchase it again? Absolutely! My thanks to VerySuperCool Tools for offering this great product. P.S. You should know that I’m 57 yrs. old and have chronic-fatigue, an illness that greatly reduces my ability to mentally focus and keep concentrating on my work. I still found this product and the procedures for using it well within my abilities. Thanks again!

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