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Sandits Sanding Sticks

Sandits Sanding Sticks
Gifted by Sandits
www.sandits.com
Reviewed by Molly Fletcher, Editor, FaveCrafts.com

 

With an innovative design and hundreds of applications, the Sandits Sanding Stick is a great tool to have on hand. Sandits are flexible, double-ended sticks with two different grits that can be told apart by their color. Black grit is lower grade while the gray grit is extra fine. Whether you're working on a large piece or need to shine up a small project, Sandits give you double the value. 


The inspiration for this invention came from a corroded battery connection. Sandpaper couldn't get the job done because it was too difficult to fold and maneuver, so the concept of a sanding stick was born. In addition to the cotton swab model, Sandits offers a wedge-shaped version that is perfect for projects that require clean lines and edges.


Sandits make cleaning, polishing, and finishing easy, but they can be used for more creative pursuits, too. Marine-grade epoxy ensures that the grit will stay affixed to the sanding stick no matter what, so put these sanding sticks to work on almost any surface including fiberglass, teak, chrome, wood, plastics, and metals. Rub those scratches out of your wood furniture, distress a Mason jar lid to give it a vintage feel, or polish your jewelry to sparkling–all of these tasks are possible with Sandits. You can even use them to buff your nails! 


Non-conductive and waterproof, Sandits are safe to use on surfaces that have lost their luster from rust, scratches, and other signs of wear. Make what's old new again or give something fresh out of the box a rustic vibe with Sandits. These handy, lightweight tools are affordable and reusable, so put the convenience back into your craft projects today.

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