What kind of sander is best for finishing

What kind of sander is best for finishing
Hey guys! I’m Brad, and I make how-to videos. I do custom painting projects, guitar painting, airbrushing, spray can painting, wood working, and a variety of other finishing work and tutorials. Please subscribe and check out my channel for more!

In this video we discuss a variety of hand sanders, what they’re good for, and which ones are most effective for finishing work. Some are more aggressive than others of course, and you could alway just hand sand if you don’t want to buy one, but these sanders have saved me a lot of time. They are among the most worthwhile investments you can make if you’re going to be doing finishing work as far as I’m concerned.

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What kind of sander is best for finishing

7 thoughts on “What kind of sander is best for finishing”

  1. Hi Brad, I need to refinish the spruce top of a vintage acoustic guitar. Would you recommand sanding in circular motion or in line to remove the finish? Then once on the wood itself, in order to smooth/prepare it for the new clear coat finish, would you go for a circular or in-line motion?
    I remember you talked about circular vs in-line sanding but can't figure out which video it is. thanks a lot! Damien

  2. Hey Brad! Thank you for this video.. maybe you can help me .. since I am unable to find what's the best sander (if one) I need to work on wood that has been laser engraved.. deep, indented… any tips? 😛

  3. What are some of the names of the better quality pneumatic dual action sanders. You said the name just a little too fast. 65 yr old retired mechanic hard of hearing too. : > )

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