Whether you call it sandpaper or glasspaper, you're simply referring to coated abrasive that consists of a heavy paper with abrasive material attached to its surface.
As owner and operator of a handyman company, I am always looking for new strategies and tools to increase efficiency in the services we provide to our customers.
I will be the first to admit I waste a bit more sandpaper than I should when I am deep into refinishing a wooden banister overlooking the la Jolla coast.
On top that, I am stubborn when it comes to using things such as sanding blocks because I believe the closer I am in contact with the material I am working, the result sends out much more positive vibes. (Ok, that may be the Deepak Chopra speaking out in me, hahahaha)
I imagine the first thing that comes to your mind when you picture me sanding a worn wooden banister with only a sheet of sandpaper, is my bare hand cramping and chasing the sandpaper around the surface as it slips against it folded self.
Well it looks like 3M has the advancement for my needs, and I am assuming for the needs of many categories of service and contarcting professionals.