|Product Depth (in.)||0.125 in||Product Height (in.)||11 in|
|Product Width (in.)||9 in||Sheet Length (in.)||11|
|Sheet Width (in.)||9 in|
|Kit||Kit||Number of Sheets||5|
|Paint Tool Product Type||Sand Paper||Product Weight (lb.)||0.2 lb|
|Professional Paint Supplies & Values||Pro Supplies||Returnable||90-Day|
|Sanding Grade||Ultra Fine||Sandpaper Type||Silicon Carbide|
|Surface Material Use||Plastic|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Guaranteed against defects in materials|
A: Hello - Thank you for asking. Due to the technical nature of your question, please connect with our team directly at 1-800-494-3552 Mo-Fri 8am-4:30pm CT.
A: fine for a rpaint
A: I suppose it can. Have never tried though
A: Silicone carbide sandpaper was designed for the auto industry. Particulary car paint. It will also cut glass. Silicone carbide is the next hardest thing to diamond.
A: I’m not sure about glass. But it can be used on paint and plastic. Keep the sand paper wet with a spray bottle of water. You will have to go thru finer sandpaper grits to get all the scaratchs out. 1,000 grit, 1200, 1500, 2000, 2500, 3000. Then the paint will need to be buffed out to get rid of the very fine remaining scratches.
A: You can use 1000 grit on glass, but it’s not fine enough to achieve a gloss finish.. You would do better with using Cerium Oxide or some specialized polishing materials designed for use on glass. Car paint should be fine, but pick up the variety pack that has 1000, 1500, 2000, and 2500 grit sheets included. The key to getting a good result is patience and steadily reducing the grit size until you get the desired result. Finish with some good quality wax. (You’ll save yourself a lot of sore muscles, and get a more consistent result if you use an electric orbital sander instead of trying to do it by hand) Good luck!
A: Hello - Thank you for asking. The 3M Wet or dry Sandpaper is designed for a premiere finish on lacquers, primers, sealers, plastics and paints. Also, it can be used for final or between coats sanding. If you have any further questions please contact our team at 1-800-494-3552 M-F 8am-5pm CT.
A: yes. wet or dry
A: You can wet sand with it, but don't expect it to last for more than a few instances... they make some with a plastic backing that will last virtually forever in water.
A: Yes, It can be used for wet sanding.
A: This is not waterproof.
A: This can be used for wet or dry sanding.
A: as long as they are small. finish with 2000
A: Wet sand starting with 800 grit, then progress to 1000, then finish with 1500 or 2000. It'll be smooth and shiny.
A: 1000-2000 would probably be your best option without having further details. If our team can assist with a product recommendation please call 1.800.364.3577 M-F 8am-5pm CT. Thanks for asking!