Dual-sided sanding block combines two different tools into one
Plush sanding foam bends, flexes, and adapts to every curve and contour
Accepts self-adhesive latex sanding sheets
Restores headlights, repairs scratches, and removes water spots
How It Works
The Dual Sided Hyper Flex Water Spot Sanding Block combines multiple wet sanding steps into one easy-to-use tool. The durable foam brick features two pliable gray sides that accept self-adhesive sanding sheets. The plush foam sanding block contours, bends, and adapts to different surfaces and shapes for even paint removal, ensuring superior results over traditional wet sanding methods. Stick a rough cutting sanding sheet to one side to quickly wet sand high spots flat, then refine the sanding finish with a finer grit wet sandpaper on the other side. This sanding block is great for removing isolated scratches, bird dropping etching, water spots, and restoring headlights and tail lights. The unique wet foam block system uses an ultra-flexible semi-permeable latex membrane that accepts self-adhesive wet sanding sheets. These latex sheets come in 2500 and 3500 grit ratings, perfect for working on automotive paint finishes. Use the Dual Sided Hyper Flex Water Sanding Block whenever wet sanding for crystal clear headlights and perfect reflections on painted surfaces.
Dual Sided Sanding Block
Normal wet sanding methods use bare hands and sandpaper, or flimsy foam rubber sleeves to push wet sandpaper over painted surfaces. But excess fingertip pressure could easily cause uneven sanding marks and ripples in paint, and gripping the thin sanding blocks causes fatigues and hand cramps. The large Dual Sided Hyper Flex Sanding Block uses an easy-to-grip plush foam block to conform to and work over any surface. The dense foam spreads out sanding pressure evenly across the entire sanding sheet. This results in even sanding planes and a perfectly flat surface on any paint or optical plastic finish. Quickly knock down the high spots for an even key with the grittier abrasive sheet, then flip the block over to refine the sanding marks with the finer abrasive sheet. Choose the Dual Sided Hyper Flex Sanding System for even results and fast working every time.
Versatile Wet Sanding System
The Dual Sided Hyper Flex sanding system makes wet sanding easy for beginners or professionals. The versatile sanding sheets work great on optical plastics, single stage paint finishes, and clear coat paint finishes. Remove yellowing from oxidized and faded headlights to permanently restore clarity. Sand away etching from bird droppings or cooked-on water spots and restore perfect reflection to any painted finish. Wet sanding is the body shop’s secret for restoring the deepest reflection and shine before the final polishing steps on any vehicle. Stick two distinct sandpaper grits to the block and sand and away deeper defects and damage with the Dual Sided Hyper Flex Water Spot Sanding Block.
Synthetic Sanding Sheets For Superior Results
Traditional sandpaper uses particle abrasives glued onto sheets of paper. Wet sanding on glossy automotive paint is difficult because the particle abrasives break off the paper, then grind and gall the paintwork in uneven and unpredictable ways. Detailers compensate by flooding the area with extra water from buckets and spray bottles, but now there’s an easier way. The Hyper Flex Water Sanding system uses the flexible foam block and latex abrasive sheets to remove surface defects, oxidation, and deeper scratches from optical plastic, headlight lenses, and single stage or clear coat paint finishes. Particle abrasives are embedded securely into the flexible sanding sheets, causing less galling as the abrasives break off and stick between the sheet and the paintwork. This system conforms over curves and contours better than stiff sheets of paper, and keeps the particle abrasives on the sheet where they belong for more even results without unintended marks and scratches. The Hyper Flex Water Sanding System is the future of wet sanding for detailers and body shop technicians everywhere.