Universal fit for use on most major brands of oscillating tools
2 7/8 in. x 2 7/8 in. pad size
Includes (6) sheets of sandpaper in 80, 120, and 220 grit
The Arrow Multi-purpose Sanding Kit is designed to deliver exceptional results on metal and wood surfaces. This 7-piece multi-purpose sanding kit features 1 sanding pad and 6-sheets of sandpaper in 80, 120 and 220 grit. The Arrow Multi-purpose Sanding Kit is ideal for sanding and smoothing those hard-to-reach areas so you can ensure you get the job done right. This kit is conveniently designed to have a universal-fit open-back connector for use on most major brands of oscillating tools. in addition, the Arrow Multi-purpose Sanding Kit comes with a 2-7/8 in. x 2-7/8 in. sanding pad to make sure you can reach those tricky areas with ease. Smooth and finish your jobs effortlessly with the Arrow Multipurpose Sanding Kit.
Universal-fit with open-back connector for use on all major brands of oscillating tools
Includes 1 sanding pad
Includes 6-sheets of sandpaper in 80 grit, 120 grit and 220 grit
2-7/8 in. x 2-7/8 in. pad size
Ideal for those hard-to-reach areas
Perfect for sanding and smoothing wood and metal jobs
This attachment works well with a DeWalt multitool. Easily attaches and with the multitool, you can control where you want it to sand. It comes with several pads of different sand grit. Pads attach to steel holder by velcro - come off easily but stay on well during use. Lots of holes to release sanding debris so the pads stay relatively clean during use.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This works perfect with my oscillating multi-tool. I love the design and that it is universal. The assorted grit paper and sanding pad is a plus. I love that this can be used for metal and wood. I have used for both and had great results. This is something that is always needed in my household and garage. Seems to work great on everything I have used it for. Great quality and high value product that I highly recommend.
Customer review from arrowfastener.com
Jan 16, 2022
Good performance to cost ratio
I do not use a jam-saw (oscillating multi-tool) very frequently but have used all of the brands available at the big box stores. I do not consider this a top tier brand like Diablo, Imperial (now Milwaukee) but it's not as expensive either. Let's face it, a small trim job can burn through $30 of these attachments easily. This Arrow brand is much cheaper and will get the same job done but maybe one minute longer.
The sanding attachment seemed a little flimsy, but it held up better than I thought. In fact, it never showed any sign of giving out. I do like the attachment being bigger (more sanding surface) than my other brands. My only complaint is the sand paper didn't last very long compared to Arrow's competitors.
The sander attachment is a goody buy for money.
This sanding kit fits my both my 12 volt and 20 volt oscillating multi-tools perfectly. The sanding pads are larger by one half inch compared to my old sanding pads. These sanding pads measure 3-1/2 inches overall, whereas my old sanding pads measure just 3 inches overall. I tested the sanding pad with the 120 grit sand paper on stud grade wood and it worked well for that. The kit comes with 6 sheets of sand paper: two 80 grit, two 120 grit, and two 220 grit.
This is a nice sanding multitool kit. It comes with the sander base, three sample sanding papers (80 grit, 120 grit, and 220 grit). The sample sanding paper are good for some coarse grain sanding work. The base is made from some black plastic just like what most other brands would be. I would say just buy a couple of these in case one wears out quickly.
I got this to replace the OEM sanding blade for my corded quick-change Ironton. The one that came with that multitool was smaller than this, had no venting and the hook surface and corners wore down fast making it useless.
This arrow blade is larger and the surface hooks seem strong. The vent holes in the papers and blade help keep the blade cooler, which prolongs the life of the blade surface (less melt). I also like the larger size because I find that the larger replacement sanding triangles are more abundantly available and at better prices.
So far I’ve used this set to sand the raw-sawn edges of the extended windowsills installed on my windows that can hold cats and plants. The 6 papers that came with it are of good quality with thick paper and the grit doesn’t shed at all. They include 2 of each- 80, 120 and 220 grit, which are the grits I always use. The loop surface is just ok. It holds the finer grits, however, I’ve never had any luck with 80 grit triangles staying adhered while sanding with them, and this 80 grit paper with this sanding blade is just as bad. Even with this light sanding job at half-speed, the paper rotates on the blade right from the start…and this is on a new blade with new paper after only testing one other paper on the blade prior. The hooks were not covered with lint and the corners of the blade had not yet worn at all. You can only press hook and loop together so much, so I think this method of paper attachment is just not workable for the heavier grit triangles.
Otherwise, this is a decent quality sanding attachment and papers.
The sanding attachment is durable, compatible with every oscillating tool on the shelf at Home Depot, offers a good amount of flex beneath the hook-and-loop mounted sandpaper, and is about 1/3 larger than the sanding plate that came supplied with my tool. Since the forward tip of the sanding sheet normally wears fastest, the sanding media can be removed and rotated 120 degrees to position each of the other pointed ends forward. Even with that repositioning, media seemed to wear out quickly
Consumable availability is likely to remain good, as other manufacturer’s detail sander sheets can also be used when the supplied six sheets (two each of 80, 120, and 240 grit) are gone.
This represents an acceptable solution for those whose occasional use of a detail sander might be met with this accessory on an oscillating tool. It does, however, come with three downsides: 1) The center of the sandpaper is unsupported, relying on the mounting tension to keep it in contact with the work surface 2) Dust collection is built in to the dedicated tool; there is no such provision here 3) The ergonomics of my oscillating tool makes it difficult to keep the sanding pad flat on the surface to be sanded, leading to uneven results and premature edge wear on the sanding media. One up-side unique to this solution is that it can get into some tight spaces where the detail sander just won’t fit.
I’ve spent a lot of time sanding by hand and i don’t mind doing it but i came across a project that required a lot of linear feet. What happened was i removed a border probably about 10” tall all around an 11’x14’ room I’m in the process of remodeling. I got most of it off but there are small fragments of the paper left behind along with brown stains. So i decided to put my ridgid multitool to work and I’m glad i thought of it. I was concerned at first if the Arrow Multi-Purpose Sanding Kit would work with my multi tool but i soon found out it was fine. Even though it it slightly different in the way it mounts there’s no issue with security. I should note that first part of assembly is get the piece attached to the multi tool. If you put a pad on first you can’t attach to the tool. Anyway, the pads adhere with Velcro and the kit comes with 3 different grits, two per grit. For my walls i used the finest as i will be painting now that I’ve sanded all the remnants smooth. It worked very well and really saved my arm and shoulders from hours of abuse. This is definitely an item I’ll be using in the future for all sorts of projects including drywall patching. I may never hand sand again.
great versatility in a sander for flats and corners
This sander pad is easy to mount in both pin style and quick release multi tools. The bad is Hook and Loop style and allow you to attach and remove a pad as often as you like or need and unlike PSA type. I liked the small holes around the edges for dust removal and helps keep the pads cooler while using them. I could also rotate the mounting pad so it was pint forward or a semi flat edge forward for sanding into corners or along edges with ease.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This kit includes the sanding pad a several sheets of sandpaper. The pad fits nicely into the Arrow oscillating tool and the Velcro-like attaching scheme keeps the sandpaper sheet in place. The sheets can easily be removed and rotated to make better use of the entire sheet. The overall construction seems good, and the pad should last a long time.