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Answer: I would start with a 400 grit sandpaper then a 1500 grit sandpaper then I would use a paste car wax to get a nice shine.
abrasive grit, probably used in sandpaper
I would use a fine grit like 220 or so.
Grit refers to the fineness of the sandpaper. Depending on the application for which you wish to use the sandpaper, choose the correct grit size. Example, general finish for timber flooring or fine finish for coffee tables etc.
You would not use sandpaper. You would use a screen. The sanding screens usually come in an 80, 120, and 220 grit.
You can reduce the weight of a cricket bat by using sandpaper. You can use 100 or 80 grit sandpaper to sand the bat down.
After primer is applied, use 220-grit sandpaper for a smooth surface. Change sandpaper frequently, and wipe the primer down to remove dust. Vacuum the floor to remove the dust, and keep it from flying back up onto the primered surface.
To remove scratches u must use fine grit sand paper starting with 220 grit and progressing to super fine 600 grit sandpaper
You need a fine grit sandpaper to clean untreated softwood floor. Use the fine grit sandpaper to gently clean the wooden surface as the dust is wiped away. This procedure should be repeated until the stain is no more.
The higher the number code printed on the back of all sandpaper the finer the grit. With a little practice you can begin to understand what grit is appropriate for any given job. For instance, I refinish hardwood floors and it requires three courses of sanding. To help quickly remove an old finish from hardwood floors I start with a very course #20 sandpaper. It is so rough that it removes a large amount of material pretty quickly. Then, when I have sanded the floor down to bare wood I "step up" to 60 grit sandpaper. Once I've gone over the entire floor with the 60 grit I "step up" again to the finer 100 grit paper. When refinishing wood floors or furniture it is necessary to use several courses of sanding to help remove the deep scratches created by the rougher grits of sandpaper. I hope this helps. John