Mulit-Max Sandpaper options


Mulit-Max Sandpaper options

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Jengle
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I have found the multi-max a great tool so far.  My only gripe is that I have to buy a variety pack of sandpaper when I only need 240 grit.  What are my options here?  Should I buy a new sanding pad and shave off the hook/loops so I can use stick-on paper?  What have others done?

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Jeff in Lincoln

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I bought a supply of 6" or maybe 7" circular hook & loop paper in the grit I needed. Traced 3 sanding pads onto each sheet (edges abutting as much as possible) cut them out and had myself a good supply of my most needed grit paper. I don't recall using a 60 grit on my Multi-max!


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