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The right sanding sheet for orbital sanders by Bosch, Festool, Metabo and many more
MioTools offers a great range of sanding sheets for orbital sanders of all commercial makes and models. You can choose from a variety of sizes and hole patterns to match your tool model. The sanding paper will therefore fit perfectly onto the rotating sanding disc of your orbital sander, allowing optimised dust extraction. Good dust extraction is particularly important for the grinding of paint and varnish residue, as the dust particles can be harmful to your health when inhaled.
MioTools offers sanding sheets in the following sizes:
- Sanding paper for orbital sanders: 80 mm x 133 mm
- Sanding paper for orbital sanders: 93 mm x 180 mm
- Sanding paper for orbital sanders: 93 mm x 186 mm
- Sanding paper for orbital sanders: 115 mm x 230 mm
You can additionally choose from a variety of hole patterns:
- 8-hole pattern
- 10-hole pattern
- 14-hole pattern
Paint, varnish or wood grinding: Versatile orbital sanders
Orbital sanders are hugely versatile and are used in a variety of DIY or professional applications. It really doesn’t matter if you want to grind large wooden areas, remove varnish or paint residue, or just want to give a surface that perfectly smooth finish: Orbital sanders will do the job quickly and comfortably.
Sanding paper for orbital sanders: Find the perfect abrasive for
Choosing the right sanding paper is hugely important to get just the result you are looking for. That is why MioTools offers a variety of sanding paper types for all kinds of uses. Depending on the material of the abrasive (e.g. aluminium oxide or semi-friable aluminium oxide), they can be used for grinding paint, varnish, plaster, joint filler, wood, plastic or metal. MioTools also offers all these sanding paper types in a variety of grit sizes. You can therefore use your orbital grinder for rough grinding or fine finishing jobs.
For more information about the various grit types and sizes, please see:
Sanding paper – grit types and grit sizes