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Types of Hand Sanders

Many types of hand sanders are available. Hand sanders are usually the kind that are used by holding them in your hand. You have electric and drill operated sanders well as manual sanding blocks that are from this category.

Hand held sanders are best for smoothening and finishing contoured objects that may be difficult to do with stationery sanders. Hand sanders with their high speed rotating and oscillating actions provide aggressive and burn free sanding of any object.
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Hand sanders are comfortable to use and are comparatively lighter in weight. The unique design of the handle fits perfectly in the hand offering ease of use. Innovative hand sanders come in varying oscillatory speeds for creating suitable finish on different materials like hard or soft wood, marble, plastics or laminates.

You should choose hand sanders with the appropriate grit. Coarse grit will remove too much material, no matter how lightly it is applied. Likewise, the most aggressive use of fine grit sandpaper will not do any good in the early stages of a woodworking project.

The manual hand sander usually in a plastic block has grooves to hold the sandpaper in place. It is useful for areas where you do not want to work too quickly and risk taking off to much material.

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