Wet sanding paper and Dry sanding Paper
No. 80, 120, 150, 180, 200, 240, 280, 300, 350, 400, 500, 600, 800, 1000, 1,200, 1500, 2000 and 3,000
Features and Benefits
Good surface quality
Wide range of grades available
Wet and dry sheet for impeccable finish on metal, plastic, resin or polyester surfaces
Sharp, abrasive silicon carbide mineral ensures long product life and good surface quality
Water resistant paper backing for easy handling
Abrasive sheets, often called sandpaper or glasspaper, can be used by hand, with sanding blocks and even appropriate power tools. As such, they are suitable for fine and general sanding applications. Abrasive sheets are typically used for preparing surfaces, such as wood or old paint, for repainting, varnishing or other treatments. They can also be used for polishing and buffing applications.
The range of Wetordry abrasive sheets can be used for wet sanding applications, such as auto body work.
• Autobody wet sanding
• Paint finishing
• Painting and decorating
What is wet sanding?
Some sandpaper can be used wet. The sandpaper is either sprayed with water or soaked prior to use. This has a number of benefits including reducing the dust generated and also improving the quality of the finish. Wet sanding is often used on vehicles to provide the smoothest possible surface before they are resprayed.