View a Larger Image of 1" x 15' Turner's Sanding pk Sand Paper Assortment with Dispenser
  • View a Different Image of 1" x 15' Turner's Sanding pk Sand Paper Assortment with Dispenser
  • Default
Item 162767
Model 160960

WoodRiver - 1" x 15' Turner's Sanding pk Sand Paper Assortment with Dispenser

$29.99

Woodcraft has developed this WoodRiver® Turner’s Mesh Sanding Pack that features a multifunctional sanding material that combines higher quality performance and longer lifespan than conventional...

Compare With

Details

Woodcraft has developed this WoodRiver® Turner’s Mesh Sanding Pack that features a multifunctional sanding material that combines higher quality performance and longer lifespan than conventional aluminum oxide abrasives. Sanding rolls are perfect for spindles, pens, knife handles, or any turning project where small strips of abrasive are needed. The turner’s mesh is woven in a way that creates tiny holes that allow dust particles to escape, which helps prevent clogging and extend life. Material is flexible, allowing it to easily conform to various shapes. Our WoodRiver Turner’s Mesh Sanding Pack includes a convenient dispenser that is loaded with five 1"-wide x 15' rolls of mesh abrasive in 180, 240, 320, 400 and 600 grits. Just pull out the length of abrasive strip you need, and tear it off, using the metal cutting strip.

Features:

• 180, 240, 320, 400 & 600 grits

• Rolls are 1" wide x 15' long

• Self-dispensing and refillable

• Conforms easily to various shapes

Videos

Articles & Blogs

Urchin box walnut shell finial

Sally Ault is a talented and versatile woodturner who can apparently turn anywhere she goes - including the beach! Read her interesting story here ... 

Read More >

Reviews

1.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Falls apart

    I bought this hearing good things about mesh but when I used it, it didn't sand well and would tear very easily.

  2. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Buy Abranet instead

    I bought this on the advice of a Woodcraft employee and my own experience with Abranet. The biggest problem with this sanding mesh is the blue lettering printed on it comes off onto the wood when sanding. On light woods like maple, this basically ruins the surface and it must be sanded again using traditional paper. Also, the 180 grit seems much finer than 180 and doesn't cut well at all. But it doesn't clog like traditional paper, that's about the only positive. Next time I'll buy the Abranet.

Top of Page