AFT Fasteners offers a large selection of sandpaper rolls, which allow the user the ability to cut the paper to size thus eliminating product waste. Sandpaper rolls are commonly used for sanding and stripping hardwood floors, drywall, automotive applications, and general purpose shop uses. Grit options are available from very fine to coarse in most types. Search our selection of sandpaper rolls today or contact us to request a quote – we’re here to help you with your abrasive product needs.
Sandpaper Roll Options
Drywall Paper Rolls
Drywall sanding paper rolls are for use when sanding drywall, plaster, filler, paint, and joints. Drywall sanding rolls are a great option because you can cut to size as needed. Grit options include: 80, 100, 120 and 150. Additional options for sanding drywall include drywall paper sheets and drywall sandscreen sheets.
Floor Sanding Rolls
Floor sanding rolls are for use when sanding pre-finished floors, hardwood floors, concrete floors, and exotic wood floors. The large floor sanding rolls are the preferred abrasive for large jobs. Choose between ceramic, zirconia, and silicone carbide abrasives in 8 inch and 12 inch widths. Grits range from 12 up to 100. Additional options for sanding floors include floor sanding belts, floor sanding sheets, floor sanding discs, floor sanding edger discs, sandscreen discs, and floor maintenance pads.
Plumbers’ rolls are the preferred coated abrasive for plumbers, and are available in a waterproof cloth or waterproof sandscreen. These reusable sanding rolls can be used on both ferrous and non-ferrous metals though the sandscreen roll and also be used on ceramic surfaces.
Great for all hand sanding, including deburring, cleaning, and polishing, the coated abrasive 50 yard shop rolls come in a convenient dispenser box. The aluminum oxide material is strong and long-lasting while able to easily tear for needed length. Grit options range from 40 up to 400, in 1”, 1-1/2”, and 2” widths. The sandpaper option for any shop!
Stearated non-loading sandpaper, also known as self-lubricating sandpaper, has a dry lubricant added to the paper to prevent clogging and to extend the life of the sandpaper. Silicon carbide stearated sandpaper can be used on wood, fiberglass, paint, plastic, stone, and glass. Aluminum oxide stearated sandpaper can be used on wood, lacquers, paint, fillers, primer, and metal. Grit options range from 60 to 320 in either 10 yard or 25 yard rolls.
Sandpaper Grit Numbers
The grit number of sandpaper indicates the size of the abrasive particles. The lower the number, the larger the abrasive particles and more coarse, whereas the larger the number the smaller the abrasive particle and more fine. Each product’s grit options may be slightly different, however you can follow these general guidelines:
Grit 30-60: Coarse
Grit 80-120: Medium
Grit 150-180: Fine
Grit 220-320: Very Fine