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SuperMax Brush Sander8/30
I am considering the purchase of the single head 36" brush sander. I primary want to use this for sanding in between coats of waterborne finish. Especially the primer coats. It seems like it would be difficult to achieve a smooth surface. Also, seems like the leading edge of door would get sanded way too much..?
Does anyone have experience using the supermax brush sander? Thanks, John
What are you spraying? Moldings like base & crown are the only things that come to mind.
Company bought one of these several years ago for white wood sanding of cabinet doors and moldings. We sold it for 60% of the origianal purchase price with about 4 hours of use on it.
We recently purchased one of these but in a wire brush setup for making cerused oak and aged looking wood finishes. It works reasonably well. Not sure how it would do on a panel door but I would think you would get some serious rounded corners and edges... We have the dual brush model and it has a wire brush followed by a composite material brush of some sort to clean up the roughness of the wire brush.