Super-Flex 2.75" Wet/Dry PSA Sanding Rolls
Super-Flex® 2.75" Wet/Dry PSA Sanding Rolls are extremely flexible sandpaper that can be used both wet or dry. Excellent for finishing applications.
Unlike traditional abrasives, Super-Flex® is pre-stretched, allowing it to bend and flex on curved surfaces and shaped sanding blocks. Features an adhesive backing that is water-proof and will adhere even when submerged underwater.
Will not load, pill up or crack resulting in a consistent high quality finish. Outlasts traditional abrasives by up to 4 times which saves you money and materials.
Wet/dry 2-3/4" rolls available in grit range from 400 to 2,500. Also available in dry use rolls in coarser grit range from 40 to 320, click here for more info. Perfect for use with Soft Sander® Sanding Blocks, click here for more info.
Note: An old school technique is to add soap to water when wet sanding to prevent loading; don't do this with Super Flex Wet/Dry paper; it is not needed as the paper is so good it will not load up and the soap may negatively affect the adhesive.
Features and Benefits:
- Sandpaper adheres even while submerged in water
- Pre-streched to be soft & flexible, excellent for curved and shaped sanding blocks
- No load up or pilling
- Strong stick backing but pulls of easily when changing grits
- Outlasts other sandpaper by up to 4 times
- Size: 2-3/4" x 5M rolls
- Grit Range: 400 to 2,500 grit
- Color: Blue
- Backing Material: Water-resistant PSA pressure sensitive adhesive backing
- Country of Origin: Germany
"Super-Flex® Wet/Dry sandpaper sticks to your Soft-Sanders in water and won't slide or wrinkle. It cuts like crazy and last 4 times longer" - Rich Evans, owner of Rich Evans Designs www.richevansdesigns.com
- "I went to work on a cabinet-door raised panel. It took only one pad to match the large cove. The supplied sandpaper sticks to the pads well during sanding, yet peels off easily when changing grits. It proved durable as I folded, wadded, and twisted it into various forms, and did not load up with dust or pitch." Bob Hunter, Tools & Techniques Editor.