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Anyone use a Dynabug?1/16
We're in the market for a new sander to use between coats. Want to be able to hit flat surfaces as well as get into door panel corners, etc.
Check out SurfPrep 3x4 with our 5mm very fine pads. Much longer life than regular paper and very flat sanding. Absolutely no damage to internal corners. Higher quality motor assembly too. Don't be surprised if you end up using one pad for an entire kitchen.
I tried the surface pref about three months ago. I was very reluctant. My sales rep from Wurth brought one over to my shop and let me use it on several doors I was spraying with a pigmented lacquer.
It was great compared to my Festool sanders. Pads do last forever and never seem to clog. Just blow them out with air.
Surfaces are flat and once you get the feel, it's rare I sand through an edge.
I bought one right away. I never use the festool for sanding between coats any more. I even use it to sand molding before the primer. The pads alone are great when used by hand also.
It has speed up my spraying time considerably. I'm a one man shop, and it's amazing how fast I can move things through the prep & paint rooms.
We use a dynabug. Great little sander. We use it for scuff sanding between coats.