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#1 posted 11-08-2012 07:56 PM

That is an excellent tool you have, but I wouldn’t use it for flattening, for that I would go to my planer. What you have is a sanding tool that will save you countless hours of flat surface sanding. Unless I was stripping a piece of wood, I would likely have 220 grit on the drum most of the time.
I have the Supermax Brush 36 which is fantastic for raised panel doors and moldings.

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