Yes, works really well for both ceilings and walls
absolutely the best I ever used ..... I do recommend a sturdy extension handle if do higher ceilings
Pole sold separately. It's a generic size so many pols you already have should work. If looking for a new one I'd suggest the kind that locks as it telescopes instead of twisting to a lock
Hi Alice! Maybe in a specific situation where you could not use a power sander, but otherwise no. Sanding floors with this tool would require an incredible amount of hard labor. The tool is meant for sanding drywall mud, smoothing out paint, and other light duty tasks. It’s a fantastic tool for this work, but even then we reach for the powered drywall sander as much as possible. If you absolutely had to sand the floors without a power sander I would recommend just using a standard sanding block on your hands and knees. If you provided more details on your specific project we might be able to offer more insight. Good luck!
It is threaded. I used a standard pole I had at home.
You could use it but it would be much easier with a powered sander.
Yes, you can use this for sanding hardwood flooring.
I used a extension pole I use to change lights in my house. I
You have to take off the foam pad and have it in the unlock position to take the hub out. Twist and it should pop right out. Hope it helps!
I use 220 for sanding my wall between each coat of paint as it leaves a real smooth surface for you that next coat. The Radious360 came with 180 grit. While shopping online I saw there were several other grits available.