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Mirka 23-615-120 5-Inch 8-Hole 120-Grit Dustless Hook and Loop Sanding Discs, 50-Pack

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  • Durable aluminum oxide grain
  • fast and exceptionally long-lasting cut
  • High-strength resin bond system
  • Increased life, made with antiload stearate
  • Discs are 120-grit, extra sharp
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Product Information

Size: 120
Technical Details
Part Number 23-615-120
Item Weight11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions5.5 x 5.5 x 2.1 inches
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Item model number23-615-120
Size120
Item Package Quantity50
Grit Rating 120.00
Grit Description fine
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000223T7
Best Sellers Rank #3,837 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
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Product Description

Size: 120

Product Description

These Mirka hook-and-loop sanding discs come on a B weight backing, and feature a special sharp, durable aluminum oxide grain that gives you a fast and exceptionally long-lasting cut. Their aluminum oxide coating is combined with urea resin over glue bonds, with a dustless open coat design to keep them from clogging

From the Manufacturer

Bulldog Gold's grip hook-and-loop sanding discs have a special sharp, durable aluminum oxide grain that gives you a fast and exceptionally long-lasting cut. Durable aluminum oxide, combined with urea resin over glue bonds and an open coat create a high performance sandpaper that's the envy of the industry.

Customer Reviews

Is so effective in getting the job done as needed.
John Christensen
The amount of discs you get is a great deal over buying them at the big box home stores!
B. Carlson
They are easy to replace with the Hook and Loop attachment.
Ronald J Cummings

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

94 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Bob Feeser TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 23, 2003
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Mirka paper is not only the quality choice; it is also a bargain at Amazon prices. I had previously purchased a full box of Mirka paper for my 6" sander, in the most popular grades. Have since done a lot of sanding with it. This brand of sandpaper is great. It is aluminum oxide which lasts and lasts. Additionally the backing pad is made from thick material, so it holds up well, and won't bugger the edges of your sander.
I had a body shop for twenty years, and came to realize the advantage of quality sandpaper. The cheap stuff does not hold up. You will go through a zillion sheets of paper, and will actually cost you more because of it. The Mirka paper lasts so long, that I wind up with a used stack. By the time it is to change to a different grit, the existing piece isn't worn out yet, so I keep them.
I went into Home Depot and checked out the Norton paper, I wasn't impressed. It also costs less per box, but they only give you 25 sheets instead of 50 like these Mirka boxes. So you get twice as many sheets here for only half again as much money. Not only is it a bargain up front, then the paper lasts a lot longer, not to mention the superior job it produces. You can't beat that.
This is the paper deal you want. Load up. Mirka rules.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Eric's Woodworking on September 6, 2009
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These disks are on par wit a Klingspor which for most projects would be great. Unfortunately, I usually work with hardwood. The Mirka are worth a try but be aware if you are too aggressive on hardwoods, these will not last as you may have anticipated. For hardwoods I usually use blue zirconia - these discs will outlast all other types especially hard materials such as hard wood, metal, fiberglass, gel coats, etc. Or a premiium red A.O. resin on heavy "E" or "F" weight paper. For the price of the Mirka I would recommend them for most applications.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Scott Pointon VINE VOICE on August 8, 2004
Size Name: 80
First of all I have to say that the reason why I happen to be writing this review is because I was on Amazon ordering another box of these sanding discs! There is no higher praise in my book than a return customer!

Now for the review: I have to agree with the other positive reviews and say that I have long been a fan of these Mirka sanding disks. I am a home woodworker whose projects range from DIY stuff around the house, to refinishing, to building fine furniture projects. I have been using these discs for years (in every grit from 80 to 220) and could not be more pleased with the smooth surfaces they produce with my rather inexpensive sander.

I completely agree with the assessment that although these are not the absolute best hook and loop discs on the market, they have performed every task I have asked of them. Overall, I would give this product an A- for quality/performance, and an A+ for value.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Schenker VINE VOICE on March 31, 2004
Size Name: 320 Verified Purchase
I have purchased every grit of Mirka sanding disks from Amazon, and I find them to be good quality. The price per disc works out to be a great value if you purchase them in packs of 50.
With the 320-grit, you get an amazing, silky finish on your wood surfaces. You can stop sanding at 220-grit, but if you take another step to 320, the wood really is beautiful to the touch! I use these discs all the time on cutting boards and table tops.
I used these disks on my Bosch random-orbit sander. The hook-and-loop backing is strong and holds on through rough sanding. The aluminum oxide sanding material lasts for a good amount of time. I have bought other brands of sanding discs that do last longer, but the Mirka discs definitely hold up well.
The discs are packaged in a sturdy box with a cover, which makes it easy to dispense them as needed. Also, having them stored in a box keeps them clean, which helps the hook-and-loop function. This actually helps out a lot in the shop. Other brands come wrapped in plastic, and you have to find a container for them, or let them sit on a shelf and get full of sawdust. I appreciate this extra touch.
The paper stock is somewhat thin, but this does not really affect their use. Since they are stored in a box, they stay flat. Other brands, which are stored in bags, get curled up on the edges.
Bottom line: these are good quality sanding discs that last for a good amount of time, are a good value for the money, and are packaged in a convenient way.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Grandpasworkshop on March 19, 2005
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This is the best paper a woodworker can purchase. I've tried other hook and loop for my DeWalt orbital and have found none better as far as finished work. This papers life expectancy is greater than the competators paper also. Enough said just use it
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Schenker VINE VOICE on March 31, 2004
Size Name: 220
I have purchased every grit of Mirka sanding disks from Amazon, and I find them to be good quality. The price per disc works out to be a great value if you purchase them in packs of 50.
The 220-grit discs do a great job leaving a silky finish on wood. I use them on cutting boards and table tops, and when you're done sanding with the 220-grit, you are ready for applying finish.
I used these disks on my Bosch random-orbit sander. The hook-and-loop backing is strong and holds on through rough sanding. The aluminum oxide sanding material lasts for a good amount of time. I have bought other brands of sanding discs that do last longer, but the Mirka discs definitely hold up well.
The discs are packaged in a sturdy box with a cover, which makes it easy to dispense them as needed. Also, having them stored in a box keeps them clean, which helps the hook-and-loop function. This actually helps out a lot in the shop. Other brands come wrapped in plastic, and you have to find a container for them, or let them sit on a shelf and get full of sawdust. I appreciate this extra touch.
The paper stock is somewhat thin, but this does not really affect their use. Since they are stored in a box, they stay flat. Other brands, which are stored in bags, get curled up on the edges.
Bottom line: these are good quality sanding discs that last for a good amount of time, are a good value for the money, and are packaged in a convenient way.
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