- Indasa RHYNOSTICK PSA sandpaper - ROLL
- Made in Portugal
- Grits available 80, 120, 220, 320, 400, 600 and 800 grit
- All grits are European "P-Scale"*
- White colored sanding surface
- 27.25 yds(25 m) length
- 2 3/4" (70mm) width
- Convenient peel and stick liner
- Please pick the grit from above option
Indasa brand of sandpaper is one of the best available. Features both a high initial cutting action and clog resistance coating that is safe for use with water based finishes.
The protective release paper backing (ie. peel and stick) keep the adhesive surface free of sanding grit until you are ready to use. This is better then other brands(ie. 3m gold) where the adhesive layer is stuck to the abrasive layer. This also allows us to sell the sandpaper in both full rolls and in 5' lengths.
*European P-scale has a uniform partical size that will provides for a more consistent sanding results. Simply stated, P-scale sandpaper is better.
The 2 3/4" width is the standard width for radius sanding beams and block sold everywhere.
This lisitng is for 1 - 27.25 yds roll of the selected grit.
MM or CM to Fractions of Inches
Well this is just great. There I am minding my own business looking for a sanding caul. I find one on this website (works great) and I'm offered the opportunity to purchase a length of this sandpaper. Thinking "what the heck" I was getting low on the sandpaper I usually use, I'll buy some. Now, I've been using sandpaper that is made by a company with too many "m"s. Not two, not one, not four, and not five "m"s. Now I can't use anything else. Thank you very much you Philadelphians for creating a dependency on this stuff. I'll be back for more.
This is great sandpaper, use it over and over again. I actually like it better after it has been used a bit. As for it sticking to the beam, I line my beam with blue painters tape. Peels off easily, and I thumb tack it to the wall for the next use. A short stiff paint brush, clean it regularly, lasts a long time.
I applied this sandpaper to my radiused sanding beam. It wore out quickly, worse yet, when it came time to remove, it would not budge, instead it tore off in little pieces and layers. I am soaking it in water now, hoping that will allow me to remove this junk from the beam, I may have to go to soaking in solvent. Terrible product, do not buy this!! **Admin- The longer it been left on the hard it will be to remove. The easiest way to remove PSA paper if left on more then a few days is to use either a hairdryer or a heat gun to heat the paper and remove slowly while applying low heat. It will remove easily without any reside left behind. I also would not recommend using water to remove any residue. Instead use either naphtha or mineral spirits. A trick to prevent hard removal is to apply Johnson Paste wax to the surface prior to apply of the sandpaper.