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Top 63 Sanders Projects

  1. 46. Grizzly Wide Belt Sander (00:59)

    This sander runs off household current but is powerful enough for big jobs.

  2. 47. Custom Made Cherry Molding (03:03)

    Paul and homeowner Jen create custom molding for Jen's cherry cabinetry.

  3. 48. Orbital Sander (02:12)

    Porter Cable's orbital sander is fast, powerful and ergonomically designed.

  4. 49. Norton Abrasives (00:03:04)

    Take a closer look at the innovation that goes into making sandpaper.

  5. 50. Sandpaper Storage Tips

    DIY Network shares various ways to organize and store sandpaper in a workshop.

  6. 51. Fix It (20:00)

    Check out tools for repairs around the house with Chris Grundy.

  7. 52. Skil X-Bench (01:32)

    This strong, portable worktable changes to accommodate multiple uses.

  8. 53. How to Sand Floors

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  9. 54. Compact Belt Sander (00:01:06)

    Don't let the size fool you -- this thing can do some serious sanding!

  10. 55. How to Make a Flexible Abrasive Bundle

    Unlike other sanding accessories, flexible abrasive bundles can reach into curved corners and deep recesses. These instructions can tur...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  11. 56. Texturized Privacy Wall (00:55)

    For less than $100, you can create this texturized Plexiglas privacy wall.

  12. 57. Salvaging a Porch Swing (00:01:29)

    Jason Cameron salvages, sands and stains a well-used oak porch swing.

  13. 58. Laminate Overlay (00:02:31)

    Laminate overlay adds a contemporary finish to dated cabinet doors.

  14. 59. Drill Brushes and Floor Sander: How to Refinish a Hardwood Floor

    Refinishing hardwood floors can be a tough yet rewarding task. Host David Thiel offers some tips on using a floor drum sander to get th...

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  15. 60. The Cold and the Ugly Part 4 (02:23)

    Rotted columns, chipping paint and a bare yard all need to be history.

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