About Sanding Discs
The sanding disc is a circular abrasive disc that is attached to power sanders or other tools to remove material, light defects, corrosion, paint, and rust from wood, metal, and plastic surfaces. The hook and loop sanding discs and PSA abrasive discs are commonly used and come with different grits, holes, coated grains, backings, and colors. Fastplus is constantly adding more sanding discs into product lines, below is a short buying guide of our sanding discs to help buy the right one for your work.
Types of Abrasive Discs:
- Hook & Loop Sanding Discs,
- PSA Sanding Discs,
- Film Sanding Discs,
- Net/mesh abrasive discs,
- Scuff discs,
- and superfine sanding discs
How to Choose the Right Grit Sanding Discs for Car Refinishing?
P40 Grit: For removing thick layers of rust and lacquer.
P60 Grit: For pre-treating unprocessed surfaces.
P80 Grit: For correcting heavy areas of unevenness.
P120 Grit: For roughening before priming or pickling.
P180 Grit: For initial sanding after priming.
P220 Grit: For initial wet sanding after priming.
P320 Grit: For initial wet sanding after priming.
P400 Grit: For smoothing filled surfaces.
P600 Grit: For fine sanding before painting.
P800 Grit: For fine sanding before painting.
P1000 Grit: For final fine sanding before painting.
P1200 Grit: For final fine sanding before painting.
P2000 Grit: For final fine sanding before painting.