Whether you need to shine up your table saw top, or just remove a bit of stubborn rust from a hand saw stored in a damp basement, these rubberized abrasive blocks are just the thing. Because the grit is impregnated throughout the block, they last until the last little piece of block is gone; as they wear new grit becomes exposed.
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By Handy Manny
from San Diego, Ca
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about Sandflex Blocks Kit:
I have had a sandflex block for about 3 years and it has been the thing to have in my toolbag, when I wanted to clean some of my tools. I have a "fine" block, but sometimes, I needed a course one which I now have.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great product at a great price
By BIG Mike
from Pittsburgh, PA
Sandflex blocks are a fantastic invention. And the price at McFeely's is the lowest I have found. I have been cleaning up many of my hand tools preparing to sell them. Hand drills, hand saws and planes look almost new again after using the Sandflex Blocks. I have already used up a course block and needed to purchase another. The 3-piece set of blocks is the most economical. I would like to see a form of these blocks adapted to a Fein Multimaster. I think the reciprocal action of the tool would work very well with an accessory made from the Sandflex blocks. I am very happy with my purchase.
By Gold hunter
from Inland empire,so california
remove rust and corrosion from old planes and handsaws
i will buy this product again
from Wichita, Ks.
Use as directed
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Worst enemy - of rust
from Weare, New Hampshire
About Me Professional
Use on machinery and tooling for heavy to mild rust removal. If chemicals don't work give this a try. Have used these pads for 15 years and they work. Someone else liked them so much that I had to buy more.