Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 327
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by fred good sanding disc
I have been using this paper for several years. It is always a constant product. I have used 40 grit to 320 grit and all have done a very good job. The sanding surface last good and usually used the very center of the disc to sand or knock of a edge of a board. I also like it better since they change the hole design by adding some bigger holes, It seems to be better on the dust collection whether on the bag or vaccum
June 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Greg Even Wear
I love using random orbital sanders because of the evenness by which they remove material over large surfaces. I've always, however, struggled with the adhesive backed papers because the adhesive would break down with the heat from the friction and the paper would become misaligned. With the velcro, hook and lock backing on this paper, the alignment stays true and the paper wears evenly throughout.
The paper itself is top notch. It sheds the material and doesn't get all clogged up. It's fast too and removes the material pretty quick. Great paper, good hold and good durability.
April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sandy Diablo Duribility
Diablo has a name in any of its products that tell you that its strong and ready to be used. These fit my orbital sander just perfect and the holes line up so it sucks the dust away so you are not in a cloud. I use other diablo sanding disks that I purchased at Home Depot that are a rougher grit to sand a project but when I want to put a smooth finish on it I use the finer grit like 220. This gives a finished look to any project so that a finish coat of stain or lacquer look real good and sometimes it only takes 1 cote to get the desired look. I like this product and all of the other Diablo products.
April 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by goodreason Decent Product
Diablo makes one of the best saw blades, so when the opportunity arose to try their sanding disks what's a person to say. The one in this test is the 220 grit. Applying the disk to the sander was easy enough, lined the holes and started sanding. Once the sanding started the disk didn't slip or move. The sanding was flawless as depicted in the picture. Removal of the disk at the start out was reasonably hard because of the “Hook and Lock” system, but once you're able to start taking it off, it became easier without any damage because of the flexible makeup of the disk.
June 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JerryT It does the job!
This is a good sandpaper that lines up nicely with the dust holes in both my orbital sanders (different brands). The design is such that it doesn't promote loading so you can go without having to clean it every few minutes. No negatives about this product at all. It's a bargain given the price of some of the other choices out there. Highly recommend you give this one a try!
February 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by HandyAndy2010 Diablo!!
Biablo is fast becoming a maker of quality sanding pads and saw blades. Durable, affordable and quality. I am using the 5" 220 to finish some new cabinetry. I am very satisfied w/ the end results.
July 29, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nick Good fit for a Dewalt
The holes on this align nicely with those on my Dewalt ROS, and allows me to experience basically zero dust in the air when I'm sanding with the ROS attached to my shop vac. The sandpaper is reasonably durable, though I do experience some clogging when sanding latex (not really surprising).
July 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tilepainter good sanding disks
These sanding disks fit my DeWalt random-orbital just right - the holes lined right up. The actual grit material is not specified except as "premium ceramic blend". That's probably aluminum oxide, the stuff that almost all regular sandpaper is made of, suitable for wood and materials other than glass and hard steel. It works well, and the velcro backing grabs onto any other velcro. The pad stuck to my little triangular palm sander, but the holes don't line up. But it works well by pulling it off and rotating it from time to time. How long it lasts depends on what you are sanding: pine - a long time, maple - not as long, steel - a couple of minutes, glass - a couple of seconds. I have always gotten good use out of Diablo sanding discs and belts. Diablo red is a sure sign of quality.
August 5, 2016