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|Included Components||3M Sanding Sponge, Fine/Medium, 3.75-Inch by 2.625-Inch by 1-Inch, 3-Pack - 908NA-3P-CC|
|Item model number||908NA-3P-CC|
|Product Dimensions||10.54 x 8.38 x 7.62 cm; 40 Grams|
3M Sanding Sponge, Fine/Medium, 3.75-Inch by 2.625-Inch by 1-Inch, 3-Pack
|Price:||(S$1.47 / oz) + S$7.98 Delivery|
- Rinse and reuse
- Use wet or dry
- Small Area
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3M Sanding Sponge 908NA-3P-CC, 3 3/4-Inch x 2 5/8-Inch x 1-Inch (9,522 cm x 6,66 cm x 2,54 cm) Fine/Medium, 3pk, Open Stock. 3M Small Area Sanding Sponge is for either dry or wet sanding. Ideal for sanding wood, paint, metal, plastic and drywall. Two sanding grades on one sponge-Inch a combination of extra fine/fine, fine/medium, or medium/coarse. Rinse and reuse.
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> The 3-packs sound economical, but aren't. One 3M Pro sanding sponge (such as Two 3M Pro Grade Dual Angle Sanding Sponge - One Fine and One Medium ) will last longer than 3 of these "cheapies" and will cut quicker and be more satisfying to work with. I purchased a 2-pack of 3M Pro medium sanding sponges at Home Depot for $5.97 (~$3 each).
> Two of three sponges just tore and the grit pealed off---just like other customers complained---when used on only a moderately rough surface.
> Losses cutting ability fairly quickly---you'd need all three for a reasonably small project.
> The abrasive (glass cinder?) digs into your fingers and palm worse than the abrasive on 3M Pro (etc) sanding sponges. The sponges --especially the coarse grade--are simply unpleasant to work with.
> These don't seem to clog up as fast as better quality sanding sponges---but they wear out so quick that it becomes a moot point.
> If I were doing some light wall patching, such as filling in nail holes, prior to painting, and I could find one of these for $2 or less, for one-time use only, to level the fill plaster/spackle, I might purchase one of these. Note that, with a little practice Dap 12141 Fast'N Final Spackling Interior and Exterior , when used to fill small holes, usually does not need to be sanded flat.
BETTER QUALITY SANDING SPONGES
> In contrast, you can wash good quality sanding sponges under running water and reuse them at least several times. Even when good sanding sponges "wear out", they still work for finer sanding. With a project the right size, you can start with a good quality coarse sponge, and by the time you need medium, it's worn down to medium. That doesn't apply to these cheap sanding sponges---when they are worn out, they are worn out.
> Click on “Stoney” just below the product title to see my other reviews, or leave a comment to ask a question.