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For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors use 20 or 36 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding use 40 grit. For initial sanding of moderately worn floors use 60 grit. For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings use 80 or 100 grit. For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors use 20 or 36 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding use 40 grit. For initial sanding of moderately worn floors use 60 grit. For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings use 80 or 100 grit. For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors use 20 or 36 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding use 40 grit. For initial sanding of moderately worn floors use 60 grit. For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings use 80 or 100 grit.
For high gloss polishing where highest luster is desired. Use with sandscreen. For heavy duty wet stripping of floors. For general duty scrubbing and spot removal on floors.
For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors use 20 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding use 36 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding or initial sanding of moderately worn floors use 40 grit. For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings use 60, 80 or 100 grit. For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors use 20 or 36 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding use 40 grit. For initial sanding of moderately worn floors use 60 grit. For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings use 80 or 100 grit. For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors use 20 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding use 36 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding or initial sanding of moderately worn floors use 40 grit. For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings use 60, 80 or 100 grit.
20 Grit: For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors. 36 Grit: For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding. For initial sanding of moderately worn floors. 60, 100 Grit: For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings. For light sanding between surface coatings. For removing fine scratch marks prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings. 20 Grit: For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors. 36 Grit: For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding. For initial sanding of moderately worn floors. 60, 100 Grit: For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings. For light sanding between surface coatings.
For removing fine scratch marks prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings. For removing fine scratch marks prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings. 20 Grit: For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors. 36 Grit: For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding. For initial sanding of moderately worn floors. 60, 100 Grit: For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings. For light sanding between surface coatings.
20 Grit: For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors. 36 Grit: For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding. For initial sanding of moderately worn floors. 60, 100 Grit: For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings. For light sanding between surface coatings. For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors use 20 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding use 36 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding or initial sanding of moderately worn floors use 40 grit. For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings use 60, 80 or 100 grit. For removing old surface coatings and leveling uneven floors use 20 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding use 36 grit. For intermediate sanding of floors following rough sanding or initial sanding of moderately worn floors use 40 grit. For finish sanding of all floors prior to applying new coatings or light sanding between surface coatings use 60, 80 or 100 grit.
Oversized vacuum fan and chamber work together to achieve superior dust pick up. Light helps brighten dark corners and closets. Takes 7" x 5/16" standard paper attached with bolt and washer. Specs: accurately machined interchangeable parts of highly polished aluminum alloys, 1.5 hp motor with easy access brushes, 7" rubber filled disc runs at 3600 RPM with a free-wheeling non marking disc guard. All ball bearings are lubricated and sealed. 10" diameter, 13" H, and weighs 30 lbs. Includes 25' power cord with twist lock connectors and standard plug, dust bac and wrench.
   
 
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