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4" Regular Sanding Mop Kit

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  • 4" mop assembled without stabilizers

4" Regular Sanding Mop Kit

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Included sandpaper, mandrel, 5pc spacers and a pair of stabilizers.

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Everything you need to build your own 4" regular sanding mop. One thing to remember about the mop is that speed is the key. The faster you run your mop the better it will work and the longer it will last. 4" Mops need to be spun at a speed between 4000 and 10 000 RPM. This usually requires air tools to achieve - which is why the 4" mops are great for people working on metal. Woodworkers in general, don't have the tools required to run a 4" mop properly. The mops will still work at slower speeds, but they will not work to the best of their ability, or last as long as if they were spun at the optimum speed.

How to know which grit(s) to use? Sanding Mop grits available are 80, 120, 180 ,220, & 320. When ordering 2 grits, keep in mind that the most popular combination is the 120 and 220 grit. They are a superior mixture for use on both hardwoods and softwoods. 120g for hardwood, and 220g for softwood. 320 grit - The most substantial time saver when used with spacers for finishing a project. It does all the in-between coat sanding on carvings and even on assembled raised panel doors. Excellent set up grit for polishers. 80 grit - Very aggressive - for rough hardwood, furniture stripping, log home refinishing, patio furniture. 120 grit - Most popular grit for hardwood mouldings, panel doors, turnings, legs. Exceptional performance when used with stabilizers on routered edges. 180 grit - mainly used on MDF, poplar and other medium hardwoods. Excellent grit in production shops for pine. 220 grit - Our most popular finishing grit. Excellent performance on pine. Can be used with stabilizers for edges or with spacers for initial in between coat sanding. Still have questions? Check out our FAQ's page. Always in stock!

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