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Double-Sided Sanding Sponge
Double-Sided Sanding Sponge
£0.52 - £0.66 (£0.43 - £0.55 Ex. VAT)

Double-Sided Sanding Sponge

  • Silicon Carbide grain
  • Low density foam
  • Enables a premium finish on profiled or flat surfaces
  • Available in a variety of grits
£0.52 - £0.66 (£0.43 - £0.55 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

Silicon Carbide grain coated onto two sides of a low density foam to enable a premium finish on profiled or flat surfaces. Used wet or dry, they are excellent for preparation of surfaces prior to recoating. Available in 60, 100,180 and 220grits. Size approx 98 x 120 x 13mm.



Size 98 x 120 x 13mm
Abrasive Type Silicon Carbide
Abrasive Material Silicon Carbide
Abrasive Backing Foam
Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.2 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Gary whitworth

10 May 2014


I used these for sanding a light filler (red devil) on a curved profile and they were perfect for the job. Not appropriate for heavy work though, as the previous reviewer discovered.

Mr Hubert-Jan van Eijk

14 December 2009


I used them dry and wet and in both cases they loose their sharpnes realy quick.
The grain comes off in seconds.

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