Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P60 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P80 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P120 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P180 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P240 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P400 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P600 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P800 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P1000 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet
  • P1200 Wet or Dry Abrashive Sanding Sheet

Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheets

Abrasive wet or dry sanding sheets for removal of small amounts of material from surfaces to make them smoother and ready for additional.

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P60 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM862)

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£1.52
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P80 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM863)

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£1.95
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P120 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM865)

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£1.52
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P180 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM866)

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£1.27
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P240 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM867)

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£1.25
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P400 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM868)

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£1.25
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P600 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM869)

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£1.77
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P800 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM870)

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£1.25
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P1000 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM871)

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£1.03
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P1200 Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet (CM872)

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£1.25
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Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheets Information

These sanding sheets can be used dry or with water and offer a wide variety of coarse or fine grades for rapid or detailed removal of material such as old paint, varnish, primer and final coats of gloss paint.

This sand paper can be used by hand or by light sanding equipment such as a palm sander.

For best result on projects it maybe wise to consider using different grades of wet or dry sandpaper as the project progresses. For example, if re-varnishing wooden rubbing strakes on a Freeman you may decide to use a coarse grade to begin with, followed by a finer grade before applying the varnish.

What is the difference between each wet or dry sanding sheet?

Wet or dry sanding sheets have different grades depending on the coarseness of the sheet. Each grade can be categorised into either a 'Macrogrit' or 'Microgrit' and are labelled with a ISO Grit Designation 'P' number to establish the average particle diameter used for the particular sanding sheet. (For example a P60 sanding sheet falls into the 'Macrogrit' category because of its large average particle diameter i.e. it is quite coarse).

Macrogrits include:

  CM862 CM863 CM864 CM865 CM866
ISO Grit Designation P60 P80 P100 P120 P180
Average Particle Diameter (µm) 269 201 162 125 82

Microgrits include:

  CM867 CM868 CM869 CM870 CM871 CM872
ISO Grit Designation P240 P400 P600 P800 P1000 P1200
Average Particle Diameter (µm) 58.5 35.0 25.8 21.8 18.3 15.3

Wet or Dry Abrasive Sanding Sheet Specifications

Length 280mm (11")
Width 230mm (9")
Quantity 1 Sheet

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