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  1. What type of sander do I need for which job?

  2. = Removal rate
    = Sanding large surfaces
    = Sanding corners and edges
    = Sanding curved surfaces
    = Sanding in hard-to-reach areas
  3. 1) Orbital sander

    Fine finishing sander with a rectangular sanding base. Suitable for fine finishing on large surfaces, so this sander is the right choice if you don’t have to remove entire paint or varnish layers.
  4. 2) Detail sander

    Fine finishing sander with a small, triangular sanding base. Ideal for fine finishing of corners and edges.
  5. 3) Multi-sander

    Fine finishing sander with an ‘iron-shaped’ sanding base. Suitable for both large surfaces and corners. Some multi-sanders can be extended with extra attachments, so you can use them for sanding profiles and other hard-to-reach areas.
  6. 4) Random orbital sander

    Finishing sander with a circular sanding base. Suitable for both fine finishing and high material removal on large surfaces. A special advantage of these sanders is their ability to sand curved surfaces.
  7. 5) Belt sander

    Sander for fast material removal, especially for completely removing paint and varnish layers.