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A very useful home made tool.

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#1 Husky


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Posted 22 May 2009 - 02:24 PM

Cut a strip of Norton's Sandpaper (11" long) and twice the width of a Paint stirrer, the kind they give you when you buy paint. Spray the back of the Sandpaper with adhesive and affix it (bend it in the middle) to the stirrer. You'll either have the worlds largest emory board or one heck of a useful sanding stick which is quite maneuverable and very effective. The 1/8th" edge has more uses than you can shake a stick at!
Make a few with different grits.
(The stirrers are slightly concave/convex, so they won't dig into your work.

I am always reaching for one.

Edited by Husky, 22 May 2009 - 02:26 PM.