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Testimonials

  • I've been using the sandpaper discs and scuff pads for a while now. I love the longevity of the discs, even though I typically use them with a sanding pad, by hand on motorcycle parts. And the scuff pads are just awesome. The fact that it has as good or better cutting/scuffing than the competition and are so much more flexible right out of the box. Makes my life easier.

    Wayne LePage
    Wildwood Graffix
  • Dave is a great buisnessman that builds his buisness one customer at a time. Listens to your needs and makes recommendations based on your performance requirements and your budget. I highly recommend the 1950 series. I tried some in the coarser grits and loved the performance compared to the carborundum that I have used in the past. Will be ordering more for future products.

    Charles Smith
    Phillips Body Shop
  • The first time I ever tried sanding a helmet with an orbital sander, I learned a lot. It was a very good thing that it was one of my own lids because… I ruined it. The thing had soo many flat spots on it, that it looked more like a golfball than a helmet.

    Well many years and plenty of hand sanding later, I’m finding that for every step of every project that requires sanding (even on small round surfaces with intricate curves) this system works terrific.

    These pads I got from Dave Harlan Jr. at All Star Abrasives are a huge time saver. They are very resistant to wear and hold up great for far longer than any other paper I’ve used. They perform great dry or wet. Wet sanding is a breeze because the foam pad disperses the water as you sand. You can get in most all of the nooks and crannies on a helmet with them, which eliminates hours of hand sanding.

    There’s about 1/4″ of cushion for the pushin’ which makes them very forgiving on curves. They come in grits 240 all the way up to 4000 grit. 7940 Siaair Final Sanding Pads for automotive paints and finishes.

    Thanks Dave for offering such a great product!

    The Bizarretist
    The Bizarretist