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Subject:
sanding innerface pads

bill tucker
Within the saying, "always we begin again" is the corollary, "always we learn again." That said, when the sanding disc flew into the air, my first thought was too much heat build up. Sure enough, the velcro was still attached, just no foam interface pad, which was still on the sander. To make matters worse, that was my last one....so now what. Those things are Expensive or I'm looking in the wrong place. Knowing there are fellow frugal folks on here, it's time to ask for help. Tried to search archives, but couldn't seem to do it right, kept getting error messages....seems to happen a lot these days. At any rate, where do ya'll get your interface pads....those 1/4 or 1/2 inch foam pads with cloth on one side and velcro on the other that separate the sanding disc from the harder surface of the sanding mandrel? Or, how do you attach the velcro back to the foam? Or, am I asking the wrong questions?
Thanks,
bill

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