abrasive paper


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abrasive paper

[ə′brās·əv ′pā·pər]
(materials)
Tough paper to whose surface an abrasive, such as sand or emery, has been bonded for use in grinding or polishing.
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Remove all handles and hinges, and rub down surfaces using a medium-grade abrasive paper.
The final sand should be with a fine wet and dry abrasive paper.
A Give the existing door a good rub down with a medium grade abrasive paper and clean the surface with white spirit until it is perfectly clean.
Smooth the entire surface with medium-grade abrasive paper, paying particular attention to rough edges.
Wet some wet-and-dry abrasive paper and sand the surfaces down, then wipe them clean with a damp cloth to catch any dust and minimise the chance of it spreading.
Wet some wet-and-dry abrasive paper and sand the surfaces, then wipe them clean with a damp cloth to catch any dust.
You may be able to sand any high spots away, using coarse abrasive paper around a sanding block, but if it is sticking badly you will need to plane off the excess.
Rub any damaged or rusting areas with fine abrasive paper and apply a rust remover if necessary before dabbing on some rust inhibitor.
A: If the paintwork is in good condition, you can paint after washing it with sugar soap and lightly keying the surface with medium abrasive paper.