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PSA Paper?

#1
Hey guys,
I need to order a few various grades of PSA roll sand paper.
Just curious as to what brand people are using. I’ve swore off 3M because of the adhesive residue. The 3M is nice as far as cut, but I just don’t understand the adhesive they use.
Thanks
 

Barry

Paint Fanatic
Staff member
#2
Indasa red rolls in 80, 180, 320.
These are not da paper as use the velcro but these are the long rolls for blocking. Not sure this is what your referring to.
 
#4
I like the Mirka "Autonet" it's a screen type sand paper that's Velcro backed.
It really cuts faster. Comes in discs and rolls.
Switch to Velcro and you won't go back.
 
#5
psa has been such a headache, it either falls off or if you leave it on too long you have paper all over the pad. 3m even sells an adhesive for when it does not stick anymore. Cold weather you need to keep the PSA in a warm room for it to work. The screen type paper is decent but it also eats up the surface on the pad or block so it does not hold well as the pad wears down until you replace the pad.

Sandpaper is such a pain. Wet sanding we have gone all velcro, so it pretty much carried on to dry. There is a blue sharkskin pad on amazon, any grit is about 60.00 for 100 pads. Yeah, makes it feel expensive at .60 cents a cutout, but its the blue stuff like the ceramic grinding discs and lasts pretty long.
 
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