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Cleaning Eraser Stick for Abrasive Sanding x 2

Cleaning Eraser Stick for Abrasive Sanding Belts, 1-1/2" x 1-1/2

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Cleaning Eraser Stick for Abrasive Sanding Belts, 1-1/2" x 1-1/2

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Increase the life of sanding belts and discs with our quality abrasive belt Cleaner. Sanding belts get clogged easily depending on the type of wood being sanded, but instead of tossing out the clogged or seemingly useless belt, why not extend its life by using the Sanding Belt Cleaner Stick. Use the cleaning stick for refreshing sanding belts and discs. Clean your sander after each heavy sand by turning the sander on and placing the stick on the sandpaper to clean out the sawdust and build up. The rubber construction of the stick works best on belt sanders to allow your belts to cut faster and last longer. However, it can also be used to clean a disc sander, drum sander, rubber bottom shoes (not plastic), or even skateboard grip tape. With Hand Sanding Block for Cleaning Sandpaper, Rough Tape, Skateboard Shoes and Sanding Discs

Cleaning Eraser Stick for Abrasive Sanding Belts, 1-1/2" x 1-1/2

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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

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