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This looks very interesting, could be also useful for sanding inside of bowls. Thanks for sharing, I'm off to have a look at your video.
 

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Sanding mops are very useful. I have bought some and made some the same way you show in the video.

I would be interested to know what blades you used and how long they lasted. I could see when yours started to get dull. I found that I needed to use quite a few to get it done. Did you find any blade or speed that made it easier?

Thanks for the video.
 

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Great little idea with a well made video. it is on my list. Thanks for sharing.
 

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I know how well this works, when I saw the one you made back in 2010 I just had to make one for myself. Now when a belt breaks I don't feel s bad.
Great idea!
Thanks for sharing!
 

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I used srollsawblades for cutting metal… they live longer than the normal blades and stay sharp longer too.
 

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Great idea! Thanks for sharing.
 

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I've made several of these, very similar to your's. I like it when we can solve problems and use what we have available to do it.
 

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Great idea for using old belts. These mops are very expensive where I live so it would be well worth the effort to make one. Thanks for the tip.
 
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