|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 8 x 4 inches|
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|Item model number||23-615-AP|
|Item Package Quantity||50|
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Mirka 23-615-AP Gold 5-Inch 8-Hole Dustless Hook-and-Loop Sanding Disks, 10 Each of 5 Grits
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- Durable aluminum oxide grain
- High-strength resin bond system
- Increased life, made with antiload stearate
- Fits DeWalt DW421, DW423, 5-inch Ryobi, Bosch 3107, 3725, Makita B05010
- 50 per box, 10-pieces each of 80, 100, 120, 150, and 220 grits
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This durable sanding material is well suited for high speed sanding in a multitude of applications. Gold features semi-open and special stearate coatings designed to prevent clogging and pill forming which helps achieve an optimal sanding result. This makes Gold the True standard.
What is Gold?
A durable sanding material, well suited for high speed sanding in a multitude of applications.
Where to use Gold?
Designed for finishing and heavy stock removal.
What are the features and benefits of Gold?
- Aluminum oxide grain delivers a fast, exceptionally long lasting cut.
- High strength resin bonding provides superior grain support.
- Special stearate coating is used to maximize resistance to clogging and loading.
- Semi-open coat produces an even, consistent scratch pattern.
- Gold features a special stearate designed to prevent clogging and pilling.
- Grain: Aluminum oxide
- Bonding: Resin over resin, Progressive Bond
- Coating: Semi-open
- Color: Gold
- Attachment: Grip
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Aluminum oxide grain is the preferred choice for woodworkers, and the high-strength resin bond system increases life. These are made with antiload stearate and have high-strength backing for increased durability. They fit DeWalt DW421 and DW423, 5-inch Ryobi, Bosch 3107 and 3725, and Makita B05010 This assortment comes with ten 80-grit 5-inch hook and loop sanding discs, ten 100-grit 5-inch hook and loop sanding discs, ten 120-grit 5-inch hook and loop sanding discs, ten 150-grit 5-inch hook and loop sanding discs, and ten 220-grit 5-inch hook and loop sanding discs.
All sandpaper is not created equal. As a result, we love Mirka paper. The backing is beefier than other papers, and to us, that means quality. Aluminum oxide grain is the choice of most woodworkers because it's sharp, durable and, best of all, long-lasting on the higher paper grades that won't shred on the edges. This assortment is perfect for professionals, homeowners, and hobbyists because it includes everything from stock-removing 80-grit to a nice 220 finishing grit. Yes, you can spend less on other sandpapers, but you'll end up spending more in the end. This is quality. --Kris Jensen-Van HesteSee all Product description
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Mirka's box of assorted sand papers for my orbial sander is such a rarity which does all of that, other than the last. I mean, it does not nag, but then, it is not supposed to nag, so it does not apply.
I like the fact that the holes are an exact match for the ones on my Bosch 5 inch. I love the fact that the paper is thicker and sturdier than the Norton from HD. And I adore that each disk works out to just 40 cents. I cringe when I think of the awful lot of money I have spent on other disks like these at HD and like.
And icing on the cake is that the back of each disk is clearly stamped with the grit value (80/120/...) so you don't have to play guess-who once a disk is taken out of the packet. All in all, a real winner!
Pro: Good abrasion, each pad seems capable of removing a lot of material (am using P100 grit on softer cedar and redwood), good results.
Con: these pads' hook-and-loop grip the base of my DeWalt orbital fine at first but soon after seem to "let go", meaning the pad no longer stays on the sander and in fact falls off, and repeated attempts to reposition the sanding pad on the orbital does not work. There seems to be a lot of abrasive surface remaining on the pad however.
Bottom line: a nice pad but does not live long on an orbital. The resulting used pad works fine for hand sanding, but this is not why I bought them.
Reviews on the Mirka sandpaper line are pretty consistent with my experience and I have used other brands. I prefer Mirka's. The 5" 8-hole fit my old Bosch orbital sander. They stay on my sander, where others fly off, sometimes so quickly it takes me a few moments for my brain to realize there is no sandpaper on my tool. This is always embarrassing.
Today I started looking around for a new orbital sander, since I need to replace the pad that the sandpaper sticks to. It will cost about $20 and after all, I am hoping a more modern machine might better allow better control and reduce vibration. At least that is how I am going to attempt justifying buying a new one.
Unless there is some surprise, I will still be buying my Mirka brand sandpaper in every grit.
Hope this review helps you.
"OH MY GOODNESS THIS IS AMAZING." My first response after I put a new disc on the sander and started working down the board. It literally stripped everything off in seconds. However, these gum up quickly. It's not that the cutting action dulls too quickly, but that the disc fills with sticky plastic that it stripped off. So yes, I might go through two discs on an 8" by 8' board, but I could sand it in about 5 minutes versus close to an hour before.
TLDR: They work incredibly well, but don't last long. I'd much rather have it this way than the other way around, and the price makes it a no-brainer. I won't be buying any other brands any time soon.
The paper backing is thicker than the reptilian brand I usually use and does not tear easily. I had no problem with them sticking to my de-wilt random orbit sander, will buy again.
The only drawback I can think of would be the color of the pad doesn't show when it's loaded and needs to be cleaned. My own fault, I saw the color when I bought 'em.