Sanding sponges are foam sponges that are impregnated with the grit of various sizes, allowing people to use the sponges as sanding tools to smooth various surfaces.
There are a number of advantages to using sanding sponges when compared with sandpaper. One of the biggest bonuses is the fact that sanding sponges can be washed to remove clogged material, and they are very long-lasting. As the foam and grit start to wear away, successive layers are uncovered, allowing a single sponge to be used in many situations and in a variety of settings. The washability is also a big plus when people are working on projects which tend to clog sandpaper, such as sanding paint, putty, and similar materials.
In view of the many advantages of sanding sponge, it is widely used. Today I mainly introduce the applications of BINIC sanding sponge on wood and paint.
First of all, you can choose your paint sanding sponge between 3 different grits, considering your needs:
- Fine: to prepare surfaces for better primer and paint adhesion;
- Superfine: ideal for preparing surfaces for paint and blending;
- Microfine: great for final blending / fading out preparation where a fine grit is required.
Application on paint
Using car paint sanding sponges is just like getting your cars “manicured”: use them to sand or prime bumpers, headlight openings, door handles, door jambs, or any complex shape of the vehicles. The soft, flexible foam backing conforms to virtually any profile on a vehicle, so you can achieve a flawless look even on the most difficult shapes.
Application on wood
There are also many applications of sanding blocks in the field of woodworking. Mainly in doors and windows and carpentry furniture. Many brands of products are becoming more and more popular. Like Klingspor offers the UltraFlex Sanding Pads, Sia Abrasives offers Abrafoam and Norton offers WoodSand Molding and Millwork Abrasive Sponges.
Sanding blocks made of froth with rough surfaces of various cornmeal. They are equivalent to sandpaper. Sanding wipes and squares are compelling for sanding in corners or strange surfaces to which sandpaper won’t adjust. A sanding square or wipe allows the client to apply more strain the hard way, which can bring about a further developed completion.
The BINIC Sanding Sponge base features high-density sponges constructed from high-quality brown corundum with special treatment and unique glue formula. If you want to know more details, please click here: https://carabrasive.com/.