50 Pieces Per Pack.
The Redline series from Indasa is the top of the line, exactly what you need sand paper, to help cut down on your hand sanding time.
The high flexibility backing holds up to the toughest applications, and will conform to even the tightest curves with minimal grit shedding.
The super-hard aluminum oxide grain combined with their signature clog resistant coating makes for an incredibly long lasting, and smooth cutting paper on both metals and wood.
This knife was made by Will Stelter and was finished with 600 grit Rhynowet before etch, and finished with 2500 grit. The handle was finished with 2000 grit.
The 150 and 220 are excellent for making adjustments straight off the belt sander, they have a lower flexibility than the higher grits, but cuts very quickly.
The 320 and 400 are excellent grits for more refining, and polishing, 400 is generally the lowest grit we recommend finish hand sanding a mono-steel blade at.
The 600 and 1000 are excellent finishing grits for both blades and handles, leaving a nice medium gloss satin finish on steel, and a good polish on wood after buffing.
The 1500, 2000, and 2500 grits are what you need to finish out your knives to extremely glossy finishes, and create a full mirror after buffing on steel, and are what leave the finest finish on wood.
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Rhynowet sandpaper can be used for both wet and dry sanding applications
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Always wear eye protection when using abrasives and never grind without respiratory protection. The dust produced is extremely dangerous to inhale. Abrasive belts pose a risk of entrapment in machines so care should be taken to never touch a body part to a belt with power to the machine to save loosing a finger or cutting one off.