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Very elastic, waterproof sanding pad PS8A on a SELF-ADHESIVE paper backing - "Start" 7 pcs. (155x2 5mm)
Grit included: PS8A (P180, P240, P500, P800, P1000, P1500, P2000)
Using sandpaper as an alternative to abrasive stones may not seem quite right. But the option of sharpening using "sandpaper" has a number of its advantages and many adherents. The positive aspects include:
- relative cheapness of the process;
- as a rule, more stringent requirements are imposed on the screening of abrasive material intended for sandpaper, implying a clearer selection by grain composition with minimal tolerances. Hence, in addition to cheapness, we have an abrasive ability that is significantly higher than average;
- since, as a rule, a solid surface made of glass, metal, hard wood serves as a substrate for sandpaper - the effect of “lensing” of the supply due to wear the working surface of the abrasive bar is minimized. Accordingly, the problem of missing the cutting edge with thin abrasives at the finishing stages of sharpening and finishing practically disappears.
- easy implementation of the profile selection of metal. So, for example, the processing of strongly concave / convex descents (or the same descents combined with the supply) on the blade using ordinary abrasive bars is, frankly, not a trivial task. At the same time, sandpaper can be easily glued to any required profile using double-sided adhesive tape, which greatly expands the possibilities of sharpening blades with non-standard geometry. As an example, we can also cite the implementation of a strongly convex lens on the blade inlets by sharpening on sandpaper glued to a soft surface (most often on a blank with leather turned inside out).
- ease of operation - no need to level the surface abrasive bar and other regulations related to maintaining the abrasive in working condition.
The main disadvantages of sharpening on sandpaper can be attributed, perhaps, to the difficulty of sharpening “on the grain” (although with a certain skill it is difficult, but possible). Again, this disadvantage is not inherent in abrasive films on a special polymer coating. However, the cost of such films is much higher than that of sandpaper and they are mainly produced only in fine-grained versions.
Waterproof sandpaper is used for sharpening. The process itself is carried out using mineral oils or various kinds of honing fluids, and most often - the usual WD-shield.
Sharpening with sandpaper is not a complete alternative to sharpening with other abrasives. However, the use of sandpaper has a number of advantages that expand the possibilities of sharpening processes and which you definitely need to have in your arsenal. Additional characteristics Country of origin Ukraine
Type Abrasive paper
Destination sanding
Material Silicon carbide
Type of coating closed
Binder synthetic resin
Moisture resistance- Yes, WATER-RESISTANT
Length 155 mm
Width 25 mm
Unit of measurement piece
Quantity per pack 7 pieces.


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P180, P240, P500, P800, P1000, P1500, P2000
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Water-oil resistance
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