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CWWoodworking

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#1 posted 09-28-2020 02:02 PM

Rich is right. Skipping that much is terrible.

I would probably just hit it with the last grit.

IMO you can’t make blanket statements when it comes to sanding. Different woods, different paper manufacturers will make a big difference.

For instance, I just recently switched to different manufacturer for paper. The number changed on every step. Results look exactly the same.

Also, I don’t treat oak the same as maple, pine, etc.

Different profiles also may require more attention than others.


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