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Tips And Tricks To Sanding Wood!
8 steps
What you’ll need
Stick On Coarse Sandpaper
Gloves
Stick On Fine Sandpaper
Wood
Start with the most coarse paper to sand down bumps, then use finer paper to make the wood smooth.
1. Start with the most coarse paper to sand down bumps, then use finer paper to make the wood smooth.
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Low numbers, like 60, are rough. The higher the number goes, like 150, the softer the paper gets.
2. Low numbers, like 60, are rough. The higher the number goes, like 150, the softer the paper gets.
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It’s easier to sand if you have an item more physical than just paper. Double sided is great!
3. It’s easier to sand if you have an item more physical than just paper. Double sided is great!
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Begin sanding with the more coarse sandpaper first. Get all the bumpy and hard areas off.
4. Begin sanding with the more coarse sandpaper first. Get all the bumpy and hard areas off.
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You can also use sandpaper to correct imperfections. Like wood that has been cut wrong, or dents.
5. You can also use sandpaper to correct imperfections. Like wood that has been cut wrong, or dents.
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Switch to the softer sandpaper sheet!
6. Switch to the softer sandpaper sheet!
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Sand the wood until you can go over it with your bare hand and it feels soft and smooth.
7. Sand the wood until you can go over it with your bare hand and it feels soft and smooth.
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And viola!
8. And viola!
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