- Indasa RHYNOSTICK PSA sandpaper
- Made in Portugal
- Grits available 80, 120, 220, 320, 400, 600* and 800 grits*
- All grits are European "P-Scale"*
- White colored sanding grit except for *600 grit which is red
- 5 feet (1.52m) 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. The 5 foot lengths are especially convenient for do-it-yourselfer since you do not have to commit to purchasing a full roll and spend lots of $$.
*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 - 5ft length of the selected grit.
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I really like this paper for several reasons. The first would be the fact that I can get it without having to drop a ton of coin for a whole roll. The second is that it fits my beam very well. I only use this for wood work and would not try it on frets. I use tougher emery cloth type of abrasives for that. It cuts well and does not leave a sticky residue on my beam when removed. I use several grits when radiusing a fretboard 80, 120, 220, and 320. Another thing I like about this paper is that once I swap grits I stick two old pieces back to back to use for various sanding tasks on a project in order to squeeze some more life out of one piece!
Yes, it died quickly on my Stainless frets, but one piece of each grit did the job of leveling the upper 12-22 frets of a Warmoth Vintage Modern neck. After a dozen years these necks get a bulge from the truss rod pressing from underneath. This used with the radiused beam block quick fixed the issue.
Worked good on wood, but was dead after 4 passes on SS frets.
Much less expensive than competing brands, but durable, and installs and removes cleanly. Good value.
Paper is really thin and it fits perfectly on my radius blocks. Being so thin is a welcome attribute as it folds up nicely over the edges of the block without creasing. I prefer using this stuff for radiusing and leveling over the double stick tape route.
Just the right length for small jobs.
Decent sandpaper if you don't want to buy a long roll of the name brand stuff. I didn't have any issues with it.