No one sands a brick chimney. Sand blasting would work.
My guess is yes. We didn't do that but we did sand down our oak floors and they are finished beautifully. There were high spots and rough patches that we smoothed down.
unfortunately no, just a box. I will say that this sander is a beast and will mow through some wood very quick. So you need to be careful otherwise you end up taking too much off and getting into trouble. Good luck
It should work fine on the accent wall but you would then need to move to an orbital or finish sander. It would be to aggressive for the plaster on a popcorn ceiling. It is also pretty heavy to work overhead for long periods of time.
Yes, this is a heavy duty unit.
Hello! I'm not sure. To be honest. All actions can be compared at work. The main thing is not to spoil the tool.
yes it is, flip the lever the wheel retracts then pull the old belt out when you put the new belt on it will slide in place pretty easy, just don't jam it in there. Yes it comes with a belt on the sander, or at least mine did
The 3" belts are more common, but 4" belts are still available. It may be necessary to order them online.
There are better more efficient ways to remove paint than with a sander. I recommend you talking to a local professional paint store for recommendations. Of course, the condition of the paint and the material under the paint will be important factors to consider. Most deck are made from softer wood and after they age, rain and sun tend to make them even softer. A Sander can do serious damage to the wood and quickly. Also, belts tend to clog up with paint. Unlike wood, it doesn't powder and blow away. The heat from the belt friction tends to melt it. You can go through a lot of belts before completing the project, depending on how big an area you are doing, Good Luck
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