Typically, the fastest way to sand wood by hand is to use a4鈥?or 6鈥?palm sander. It can be done using the spindle or disc attachment. However, a spindle would get clogged quickly with debris.
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What is the best way to sand wood?
There鈥檚 no single technique that all woodworkers use for sanding, but there are a few core concepts and rules you should bear in mind. You鈥檒l want to sand progressively with the grits you picked out earlier; starting with the coarsest and moving to the finest as your work goes on.
What is the best angle for sanding wood?
In general, it’s best to sand with the grain of the wood, especially for the final grits. But to remove deep scratches and stains, it’s OK to angle across the grain, up to about 45 degrees for the initial sanding.
What grit sandpaper should I use to sand wood?
Starting with sandpaper that’s too coarse will mean extra sanding later with finer-grit papers to remove the deep scratches left by the coarse grit. On the other hand, if you start with sandpaper that’s too fine, it’ll take forever to sand out defects. In most cases, 80-grit paper is a good starting point for sanding planed or shaped wood.
How can I Make my sanding speed faster?
On some sanders, hooking up to a vacuum doubles the sanding speed. For faster hand sanding, you just press harder and move faster. But with a random orbit sander, that strategy will actually slow you down.