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3M 70mm x 125mm Rubber Sanding Block - (Pack of 1)
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- Provides a reliable and comfortable grip for better sanding control
- Ideal for use with sandpaper sheets or rolls
- Makes sanding easier and quicker
- Each block measures 70 x 125 mm
- Features: one pack, containing one block
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The 3M Rubber Sanding Block is an essential addition to your toolkit. It is a great sanding aid to use with sandpaper sheets or rolls, helping you achieve an even, comfortable and thorough sand easily and quickly. Simply attach any piece of sandpaper to the block by securing it at each end with the integrated grips.
The 3M Rubber Sanding block makes sanding large, flat surfaces such as table tops, bookcases and doors quick and easy. It is also highly effective on gently curved contours. The solid rubber block is shaped to feel comfortable in the palm of your hand, whilst its weight gives added power to your own elbow grease to make hand sanding much easier. For some jobs, it means that you won’t need to reach for the power tools or buy expensive shaped sandpaper sheets to fit your sander. The 3M Rubber Sanding Block can be used with any appropriately sized piece of 3M SandBlaster Sandpaper, and will enable you to reach corners and areas too awkward for your power tools.
The pack supplied here contains 1 3M Rubber Sanding Block measuring 70mm x 125mm.
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This model is an improvement on the old 3M sanding block that I previously used, because it has two dips in the sides of the block for your fingers to grip onto. The old version didn't have these dips and was quite hard to hold onto (sometimes I would be vigorously sanding away when the whole block would fly off!)
A great tool if you have a lot of sanding to do.
I have used conventional rectangular blocks before, but this one is light years ahead of its rivals. Worth every penny.
The rubber block is easily imagined as a computer mouse which is raised in the middle to mould to the palm of your hand, indented at the sides for easy grip and flat on the bottom for even sanding. I have rolls of 3M sandpaper and sheets and I actually found it better to cut the sheets as the rolls are a little wider than the block so I found a couple of inches were going to waste on each side. You do however have to cut the sandpaper longer in length as it slips in between the rubber and is pierced by 3 nails on each side to hold it securely in place. While the nails do look long, the thin piece of rubber between your fingers and the nails is more than enough – you certainly don’t feel them poking through the rubber at all.
Sanding this way is easy. One thing I have noticed is when first trying it I used a piece of sandpaper which had been folded so this crease did cause slight unevenness so I would recommend using a completely flat piece if you do want a perfect job done. Personally I would prefer something a little lighter but really happy with it so far.
I was much easier than using the paper with just our hands and to not sand too much off like might happen with a belt sander. The sides of the paper did not go to waste as we put the pieces aside and used those bits with just our hands to sand awkward to get to bits. I should also add that it held the papers securely and the "squidgyness" of the block meant her hands did not ache from use.
First off, the sandpaper can be securely anchored to the block, not just wrapped around it - a rubber flap at each end of the block can be lifted to reveal three metal spikes which can grip a sheet of paper. (I should stress that the flap is thick enough to prevent any possibility of the spikes cutting into your hand when you are using it.)
The top surface of the block is curved and made of textured rubber, so fits the hand well and is easy to grip; there are also recesses on either side of the block to provide a more secure grip.
The only warning point I'd raise is that this is quite heavy; while for sanding a surface from above, this is a benefit, it might not be ideal for sanding a ceiling. But in all other respects, one of these would make any sanding task significantly easier.
The design is excellent. It is made of heavy duty rubber with a curved top and shallow finger grooves on each side making it comfortable and easy to hold. There is a flap at each end that you can lift up to find three metal spikes. Measure out your piece of sandpaper and cut to size. Then fold each end under the flap and peg with the spikes, simple as. This ensures that the paper is securely gripped without your grip. You can now get on with the business of sanding smoothly and easily.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect for use with wet & dry, solid, good feel, not much more can be said :)Published 23 days ago by A Squires
This is a vast improvement on a cork sanding block. The block is made of a dense rubber. Slots at either end hold the ends of the paper which are held tight by spikes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert Hardie
Quite a change if you are used to the old cork sanding block. For a start it is noticeably heavy which, as another reviewer has said is actually an advantage when sanding... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Phillyfan
Solid and heavy stiff rubber sanding block. The shape is a rocker shape not a rectangular cuboid. It has slits at either end that grip the sand paper securely so you don't keep... Read morePublished 3 months ago by light
I had a large ara of wall to smooth, so the opportunity to review this was serendipitous. Makes holding the sandpaper and dealing with a large flat surface much easier. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gentoo
This is a sturdy item. It’s got enough weight to reduce slightly the pressure needed to achieve sanding and is nicely curved to fit into the hand. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tyke
This is really useful and easy to use. I always use a block of some kind and have had a cork one for many years. Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. FULLER