Mirka 23-624-120 6" 6-Hole 120 Grit Dustless Hook & Loop Sanding Discs - 50 Pack
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It's a bargain, considering how long it lasts Jun 12, 2003
By Bob Feeser
When I first bought my Bosch 3727DVS, I bought a box of the popular grades; 80, 100, 120, 150, 180, 220, and 320. The 100, 120, and 150 are the most frequently used.To tell you the truth, I rarely use the 320. I just went through over 50 boards of 80+ inch cedar, in three grades, and I only used about 10 sheets all combined. That is about 3 for each grade. The advantage to quality paper, is that you can get in a groove with some consistency. Instead of having cheaper paper that gives you the new disc agressiveness, then quickly to the used paper smoothness, which may be a grade finer, and miss the deeper lines from the coarser grade of paper in the previous step. Additionally the backing paper is stiff enough to do the job. That way you don't wind up with a buggered edge on your sander. The 6 hole paper is nice for the dust free environment. I simply attach a 2 1/2" vac hose to the dust port on my Bosch, which is way smaller than that, so a lot of air escapes. The vacuum draw that leaks around the inlet, sucks up that last 1% of the dust coming off the paper. It is still recommended to wear a mask because the shop vacs only capture to a micron or so. So technically you have a vac system that is actually a mini-part of a micron, invisible dust manufacturing plant. Over time, even that is a consideration. A good respirator, not a paper mask is advisable. A fresh air system is even better.
I had a body shop for 20 years, and after using the cheaper paper on the random orbit sanders, and winding up with a floor full of used paper, I can attest to the savings of using quality, aluminum oxide paper. It is actually cheaper, in addition to doing a better job. Highly recommended.
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Mirka gets the job done May 14, 2010
By S. Wilcox
I LOVE my 6" random orbit sander from Ridgid. I cannot detect any dust whatsoever when hooked up to my shop vac. Mirka 50 disc packs offer a tremendous value. It's just sandpaper, I guess, but Mirka makes a great product. These discs are easy to use, durable, and get the job done right. I used to absolutely dread sanding, but with the help of Mirka, it has become at least somewhat rewarding. Buy a few different grits so you always have what you need on hand.
Very happy with Mirka GOLD sanding discs May 04, 2013
I've always used Mirka Gold sand paper for my random orbit sander, never been disappointed! I've used this sand paper for some fairly large projects including refinishing hardwood floors, I'm very pleased with it's performance.
mirka 23-624-120 6" 6 hole 120 grit dustless hiik & loop Apr 23, 2013
By Jeffrtey Ankiel
these are great they work a lot better than the old ones I used on my Makita sander which I had
Good bank for your buck Mar 15, 2013
I'm using these with the Bosch 1250DEVS 6-1/2-Amp 6-Inch Random Orbit Sander with Vacuum Port and they work just fine. Mirka offers a good quality sanding disk at very affordable prices which makes them my standard sanding disks.
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