Sanding Sponge Block for Industrial use
Available in various diameters or customized as required.
Sanding Sponge Block
Sanding blocks are portable and handy, and will allow you easy handling and control. With a sanding block, you are certain of a smooth, perfect finish better than anything ordinary sandpaper offers.
-Coarse 60 grit: removal of previous finishes, stripping of wood
-Medium 80 – 120 grit: moderate surface finishing, primary sanding
-Fine 180 grit: light surface finishing
-Very Fine 220 grit: light sanding between coats
-Extra Fine 320 grit: between coats of paint and varnish
These flexible sanding blocks are perfect for wet and dry sanding both flat and contour surfaces. If wet sanding, use plenty of water and completely soak the sponge when it is clogged up to clear it of sanding residue. Wring well to leave it damp enough to sand while minimizing dust.
Suitable for wood, trim, drywall, spackle, plastic and metal
Use instead of traditional sanding screens on drywall for a less messy experience
Great for small jobs
Application Analysis of Sanding Blocks:
Sanding Blocks are essential tools for any DIY enthusiast or professional woodworker. They are used to smooth out rough surfaces, remove paint or varnish, and prepare surfaces for painting or staining. Sanding Blocks come in various shapes and sizes, and they are made from different materials such as foam, rubber, or wood.
Foam Sanding Blocks are lightweight and easy to use. They are ideal for sanding curved or irregular surfaces, as they can conform to the shape of the surface. Foam Sanding Blocks are also great for sanding delicate materials such as plastic or Fiberglass, as they are less likely to scratch or damage the surface.
Rubber Sanding Blocks are more durable than foam blocks and can withstand more pressure. They are ideal for sanding flat surfaces and can be used with sandpaper of different grits. Rubber Sanding Blocks are also great for sanding metal surfaces, as they can provide a firm grip and prevent slipping.
Wooden Sanding Blocks are the most traditional type of sanding block. They are sturdy and can be used with sandpaper of different grits. Wooden Sanding Blocks are ideal for sanding large surfaces such as floors or walls, as they provide a larger sanding area and can be used with a sanding pole for hard-to-reach areas.
When choosing a sanding block, it is important to consider the type of surface you will be sanding and the level of pressure you will need to apply. It is also important to choose the right grit of sandpaper for the job, as using the wrong grit can damage the surface or make the sanding process more difficult.
In conclusion, Sanding Blocks are versatile tools that can be used for a variety of sanding tasks. Whether you are a DIY enthusiast or a professional woodworker, having the right sanding block can make all the difference in achieving a smooth and polished finish.

Product Specification:

Abrasive Grain


Grit Range

Size (mm)


White Aluminum Oxide,

Aluminum Oxide,


Plastics / EVA 


P36 - P320

100 x 70 x 25

customization available by request

125 x 90 x 25

125 x 100 x 12


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