Dominate the jobsite with Diablo’s full line up of sanding solutions.
For maximum sanding performance & longer sanding life.
Universal and reusable sanding technology for up to 10x longer life vs standard sanding discs.
SandNet is reusable and specifically designed with anti-clogging technology to reduce pitch build-up, and is ideal for sanding wood, metal and plastics.
Cleaning SandNet is as easy as shaking, vacuuming or rinsing it to clear dust particles for repeated use.
Come in a variety of grits and are ideal for paint refinishing, deck surface prep and re-conditioning, floor refinishing, wood furniture building and refinishing, & project construction.
Diablo’s range includes a variety of sandpaper discs featuring a universal hole pattern, sanding belts & sheets, & cat/mouse hook & lock.
Ideal for the removal of heavy layers of finish, paint, & primer on walls, doorframes & trim on wood.
Removal & stripping of paint without damaging the under-lying surface on wood.
For moderate stock removal & sanding preparation before paint on wood, metal & plastics.
Light stock removal & final sanding preparation before paint on wood, metal & plastics.
Intercoat sanding of stain/ varnish & trim on wood, metal & plastics.
Final surface finish and intercoat final finish on wood, metal & plastics.
Thanks for the feedback. I was having issues with my Ryobi OS, first time user; wondered if it was the paper, the sander, or I. Think it was I.....need to get the feel of using power sander after years of hand sanding.
Husband says no. They're not made for drywall and you'd be better off getting sanding screens.
Sanding disc gave me good results !
Used 4 of them and they lasted a couple of minutes at most before they flew off across the room.
The description of the disc clearly states it has "Hook and Lock Backing", which is the same as Velcro. it will work on any sander with a pad for a 5in. disc.
Ummm, I wouldn't use this type of sander for that. They make floor sanders (rent don't buy) for that.
Robert, that's a good question. You can get these sanding project packs that start with different "Grits" and go down from there getting "finer" as they go. Your local Home Depot Store personnel will be able to assist you with your project if you just describe your project to them and the starting condition and the condition you hope to achieve. I hope this helps you. eyedaddy