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Sanding Solid Surface: Sanding is one of the most important steps in the solid surface fabrication of both residential and commercial countertops, bathroom vanities, shower walls/pans and even furniture and fixtures. The variation in finishes from Matte to High Gloss are achieved by working through the specified abrasive grits using sanding discs until the final polish with a nonwoven pad.

Sanding Corian®: Corian® by Dupont, was invented in in the 1960's and has become the name synonymous with solid surface materials. Since then, many other brands have been introduced that compete with Corian*. The characteristic they have in common are that they are the same color throughout, which is a benefit for sanding applications both in the initial fabrication, as well as maintenance and repair later.

Sanding Cultured Marble: Cultured Marble is fabricated from a mixture of polyester resin, limestone dust, fillers, and pigments with a clear gel coat finish on the top. Sanding cultured marble is a little trickier, as it is not a "solid"surface--you do not want to work your way completely through the gel coat. One of our first customers at Abrasive Resource was a cultured marble fabricator—and they have been ordering their sanding discs and waterproof sheets from us for over 30 years now!
  • Wet Dry Sandpaper

    Heavyweight waterproof "C" weight or lightweight "A"
    weight paper sanding sheets made with silicon carbide.
    Hand held or attached to high speed vibrating sanders.
  • Non Woven Abrasives

    These products are made from a synthetic non-woven mesh that is impregnated with abrasive grain. Used for blending, polishing and decorative finishes. Comparable to 3M's Scotchbrite® and Norton's Bear-tex®.