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#1 posted 01-09-2013 09:01 AM

I would tend to use just the bare block Andy. Of course it could depend on what you are sanding I would have thought. Straight and flat, bare block, any coutours then some form of “padding” may be more appropriate.

Too much of a cushion may not sand the area flat and simply follow the contours of the piece, much like a smoother plane on a long wavy board.

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