Klingspor website?

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merrill77

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Chris
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I've been using a lot more high-grit wet/dry paper in some of my recent finishing experiments (400-2500). So rather than trudging down to the local Ace Hardware for their over-priced 3M stuff, this time I thought I'd try the Klingspor products that come so highly recommended. So I found myself on this page:

http://klingspor.com/products/KlgprSht.htm

According to this page, they don't offer anything above 600 grit in wet/dry silicon carbide sheets. Or is it up to 1200? The page is very hard to tell which description and grit listing goes with which product. What a terribly designed page!

So I gave up and ordered from woodworkingparts.com. Dunno what the quality will be, but it arrived today so I'll be testing it out soon.

Then today, I see a Klingspor ad on an NCWW page with the URL woodworkingshop.com, where I find a much larger assortment of sheet products:

http://www.woodworkingshop.com/category.aspx?id=23

I now wonder which one is the real Klingspor site?
 

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George
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Both are the real Klingspor. klingspor.com is the commercial site for woodworking businesses (cabinet shops etc), woodworkingshop.com is for hobbiest woodworkers (retail as it were). woodworkingshop.com is where we get our DQ honored.

George
 

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I went to the Klingspor store today as I wanted to get some paper to make a sanding mop. I recommend going through the "buy it by the pound" bins in the back of the store (I am a cheapskate). I bought 2 1/2 pounds of their gold sandpaper (sandcloth?) for $7.50.
 
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