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Item 169938
Model AWRMH01

WoodRiver - Micro-Mesh Pad Holder

$19.99

New product concepts aren’t limited to the product development team at Woodcraft. The brainchild of Woodcraft employee Pat Walker, this WoodRiver® Micro-Mesh Pad Holder is the ultimate sanding pad...

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New product concepts aren’t limited to the product development team at Woodcraft. The brainchild of Woodcraft employee Pat Walker, this WoodRiver® Micro-Mesh Pad Holder is the ultimate sanding pad storage system for any serious pen turner. Now, you can keep all of your 2x2 Micro-Mesh Sanding Pads in order, so you won’t skip a grit when “running through grits.” In addition to 9 perfectly sized slots for pads, the holder has a water reservoir to keep wet-sanding as mess-free as possible. Micro-Mesh Holder also comes with two rare-earth magnets for mounting to the holder’s back or bottom to secure it to a lathe during turning. Just add a drop of CA glue to secure the magnets to the holder. Pads sold separately.

Features:

  • The ideal storage system to keep your sanding pads
    in order
  • Contains 9 2x2 sanding pad slots
  • Water reservoir for wet-sanding
  • Contains two rare-earth magnets, with four
    mounting locations
  • Pads sold separately

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Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Love it

    Keeps my pads organized and has a small water vessel on the front for wet sanding. Saw in some of the previous comments that people had issues with the magnets staying in place, so I just added a dab of CA glue to them before pushing them in and haven't had any issues yet. Love that I can stick it right onto my lathe when I'm finishing pens. I'll update my review if any issues come up, but so far it's great.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Love it!!!

    This thing is awesome. I have hated trying to keep my pads sorted and this solves it. Instructions are not needed, just put the magnets in and you’re off to the races. Not sure what the other guy that reviewed this was doing. It’s elementary.

  3. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Magnet Attachment problem

    The holder is designed to attach to your lathe using two magnets supplied with the holder. It was intended that the magnets can be glued to the base using inset slots on either the bottom or back of the base. Unfortunately, however, the magnets included with my holder were slightly too large for the slots and consequently the magnets didn't sit solidly against the base in the slots and the CA glue I used to attach the magnets didn't set. Glue the magnets somewhere other than the designated slots!

  4. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Looks promising i am new to wood working but the tools and documentation seem straight forward

    I am looking forward to exploring the craft

  5. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Disapointment with this holder

    I was hoping to update my review but it seems to have vanished??? In case anyone has read it you will know the magnets are major pain in the you know where. Having them fly apart when prying apart and loosing one was interesting. But without instructions I have no idea how the magnets are to be attached. I thought perhaps they were pressed fit in the recesses but after forcing one in it popped out about 10 seconds later. When I last reviewed I had lost both magnets, the update is that I have found one of them. I still have no idea how I will attempt to use this as the magnets are clearly not going to cut it. Ed

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