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#1 posted 07-28-2013 07:12 PM

When you make your cuts some of the fibers can fold over instead of cutting. when you sand these fibers they lay down tightly where there has been tear out to begin with. They do not cut when sanded they just move around the grit. Eventually they will sand off but they use up a lot of time , energy, and paper. They always appear in the grooves where it is more difficult to get at them in the best way. A cleaner cut off the tool is what you are wanting.


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