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recommendations?

Amazon and Mirka?
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recommendations?

Amazon and Mirka?


Mirka Gold is outstanding sandpaper.

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Believe www.homesteadfinishing.com carries them.

On Mon, 05 Dec 2005 11:48:36 -0700,
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recommendations?

Amazon and Mirka?

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I see that Wood mag, Nov 03 had a review.

Anyone have that handy?

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recommendations?

Amazon and Mirka?


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Amazon and Mirka?


I haven't done much price comparisons, but I've been very happy with
their products:

http://klingspor.com/



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MB wrote:

I haven't done much price comparisons, but I've been very happy with
their products:

http://klingspor.com/



I buy 100 pieces/grit/purchase.

May only buy certain grits every couple of years, but NBD.

My prices from them are very competitive for 6" H&L to fit a Bosch ROS.


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On Tue, 06 Dec 2005 02:35:46 GMT, Lew Hodgett wrote:

MB wrote:

I haven't done much price comparisons, but I've been very happy with
their products:

http://klingspor.com/



I buy 100 pieces/grit/purchase.

May only buy certain grits every couple of years, but NBD.

My prices from them are very competitive for 6" H&L to fit a Bosch ROS.


Lew



Me too... I've been using them since George posted their URL in the woodturning
group the box of roll ends (bargain boxes)

I get all my 1" to 4" H&L disks, mandrels, pads, etc there and disks in 50 packs
for $12 to $15 depending on size/grit..


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