Making a Multi-Grit Sanding Stick
BW Simon in Spartanburg, South Carolina, made this handy tool for finishing jewelry. I would like to thank him for allowing me to share this bench trick with you.
This article describes making a multi-grit sanding stick out of 3M WetorDry Tri-M-Ite Polishing Paper. My friend Brad Simon of BW Simon in Spartanburg, South Carolina, made this handy tool for finishing jewelry. I'd like to thank him for allowing me to share this bench trick with you.
Here's Making a Multi-Grit Sanding Stick
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