1. How to get the best sanding results

    The quality of the sanding result depends on various factors. It’s important to replace worn sanding sheets in good time, for instance. And we’d never recommend using the same sanding sheet for wood and metal. You should also take the grain size of the sanding sheet into account.
  2. Switch on the detail sander before the sanding base comes into contact with the workpiece. Guide the tool along the work surface parallel to it, rather than at an angle, to avoid making unsightly sanding marks. This also ensures that you distribute the
  3. Most detail sanders come with a rotating foot. Position the base with the tip facing forward when sanding corners and edges. If you need to make a continuous sanding movement over a flat surface, it’s more convenient to work with the flat side of the base facing forward. Tip: if the tip of the foam rubber layer of the revolving foot is worn or damaged, you can extend its life by up to two times by turning the foot 120°. That same goes for the sanding sheet.
  4. It’s also important not to apply too much pressure when sanding. If you push too hard on the sander the results will be less good, the sanding sheet will wear faster and you’ll tire yourself out unnecessarily.
  5. Moreover, you can adjust the speed on some detail sanders. This really helps get good results on various materials. You can test the tool speed on a piece of waste material before you start to determine the right speed for your job.