For sanding with dust extractor. For universal application on nearly all surfaces. Corundum abrasive grain and full resin bond guarantee high abrasion performance.
Keep your valuable tools in peak condition!Combination Waterstones: For preliminary sharpening where chips exist or bevel angle need to be changed, use the 250/100 waterstone. To remove smaller nicks and do a finish sharpening of woodworking chisels and other tools, the 800/4000 combination is the best choice. Finally, use the 1000/6000 waterstone for creating a polished edge. As shown in the photo on the left.Extremely tough man made abrasive material. These stones cut faster than oilstones. Stones must be soaked in water prior to use and kept wet with water during use. Waterstones develop a slurry to speed the honing process.20549 - 250/1000 Combination Grit Waterstone: 7-1/4" (L) x 1" (thick) x 2-1/4" (W)20542 - 800/4000 Combination Grit Waterstone: 7-1/4" (L) x 1" (thick) x 2-1/4" (W)47506 - 1000/6000 Combination Grit Waterstone: 8-1/8" (L) x 1" (thick) x 2-1/16" (W)47522 - Nagura Stone: 3" (L) x 1" (thick) x 7/8" (W)Nagura Stone: Forms a paste on finer grit Waterstones to speed and enhance polishing. Use with the 6000 grit stone. These stones can be reflattened after sharpening wears the surface by wet sanding the stone on a flat surface with silicone carbide wet - dry abrasive sheet.Waterstone Holder: For non-slip sharpening. The arms are made from chrome plated steel that resists rusting. Holder handles stones 7 to 9" long.
Coarse and Medium pads are excellent for stripping operations and paint removal. Fine and extra fine pads are great for knocking down raised grain before the first coat of finish, and for removing "nubbies" between coats. Because they're synthetic, they're perfect for water-based finishes where steel wool would cause rust problems. Non-woven technology means they won't shed abrasive crumbs onto the finish. Best of all, they're completely washable; just rinse them out under a tap to renew the abrasive qualities.
Whether you're cleaning up rough patches on a carving, ferreting out dried glue from a corner, or removing rust, paint or corrosion, Sandits make the perfect, low-cost tool for the job. Sandits Wedges are slightly thinner at the tip than the original Sandits, and slightly wider and flatter for better sanding of flat surfaces. They have 120 grit tips on one end, and 180 grit on the opposite end. Since the abrasive is embedded in marine-grade epoxy, Sandits are ideal for marine use or in wet applications. Use on wood, metal, plastics-any place where you need sanding, shaping, smoothing or polishing. 120-grit on one end; 180-grit on the opposite endTip is 5/16''W, with a thickness tapering from 3/16'' to 1/8'' at the tip (dimensions are approximate)5-13/16''L overallAluminum oxide abrasiveVersatile, portable, non-conductive and waterproofLow-cost; no need for a power outletGreat for cleaning electrical contacts