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Sanding Sponges

Sanding Sponges

Cushioned and flexible, sanding sponges maneuver by hand and conform to curved surfaces and corners. These sponges are commonly used in light to medium material removal, such as finishing, light sanding, and surface prep applications.

Choose coarser grit grades for an even, smooth finish, and finer grit grades for a finer, more polished finish. Sponges with two relative grit grades listed have different grades on different sides.

General Purpose

General Purpose

Versatile and reliable, these sanding sponges have a standard rectangular shape for a variety of surfaces and applications. Use them on flat and contoured surfaces made of wood, metal, and plastic.

Coarse Grit

Medium Grit

Fine Grit

Very Fine Grit

Coarse/Medium Grit

Medium/Fine Grit

Fine/Extra Fine Grit

Flexible & Thin

Flexible & Thin

Thin and flexible, these sponges easily bend into the internal contours of workpieces and around the outside diameter of objects like spindles and railings. They can be used on wood, metal, and plastic.

Coarse Grit

Medium Grit

Fine Grit

Very Fine Grit

Extra Fine Grit

Super Fine Grit

Extra Fine/Super Fine Grit

Angled

Angled

Angled edges fit into crevices and corners. These angled sanding sponges are frequently used on drywall, furniture, and other applications requiring detailed sanding.

Medium Grit

Fine Grit

Coarse/Medium Grit

Medium/Fine Grit

Fine/Very Fine Grit

Corner Drywall

Corner Drywall

These sanding sponges have a built-in handle and abrasive grit on both sides of its triangular sanding face to sand corners of intersecting drywall. They can also be used to finish corners and angles on wood, metal, and plastic.