Rotating Sander – The clever Helper for all your Renovations
In irregular intervals a homeworker is faced, besides the usual work, such as garden work or the reparation of little damages, you are inevitably dealing with the topic of renovation. No matter whether it is the renovation of an old room door, the painting of wooden window frames or even the modernization of a complete room, almost all of the mentioned works have one thing in common: they have to be ground a lot. A clever helper here is the rotating sander, because it combines the advantages of belt and orbital sander in one device.
The Advantages of the Rotating Sander
In Comparison to its brothers, the Belt Sander and the Angle Grinder, the Rotating Sander has a lot of advantages. When purchasing the grinding wheels, the manufacturer of the consumables does not play a major role, whether it’s a premium sandpaper or an inexpensive version from the discounter: The dimensions, and more importantly, the hole distance to the dust extraction, is identical for almost all versions. Depending on the task at hand, you can choose freely here. Also Compared to the Belt Sander, the material removal on the Rotating Sander is less high and the edges of the sanding paper are less likely to form a hard edge due to the eccentric movements. Thus no careful sanding is needed to avoid unevenness in the material. However, the abrasion on the other hand is higher than with the classic Rotating Sander, which significantly reduces the working time.
Prepare Wooden Windows with the Rotating Sander
As beautiful as wooden window frames are, they create a lot of work. Every few years you have to bite in the bullet and reprocess them.
Of course, this always starts with the grinding of the surfaces. Due to the weather there may be peelings of the colour in some places, some wood discolorations. With that the windows not only look unsightly, no, they are in some parts even defenselessly exposed to the weather. With a team of the rotating sander for the large areas and the triangle sander for the small corners, the sanding of the window frames is done in no time and the frames are ready for new color.
Working in Dry Construction with the Rotating Sander
But with the rotating sander is much more possible than simply sanding wood and paint! In drywall, ie in the installation of plasterboard and the corresponding spatula work, the use of this grinder is widespread. After gypsum plasterboard has been screwed to the wall and ceiling, the gaps are filled with freshly mixed plaster. This gypsum cures very quickly, but has the bad property off drying unevenly. Here, the rotating sander shows its strengths. The bumps can, due to the high and uniform removal, be ground smooth in a very short time. Since a lot of sanding dust develops here as well, the vacuum cleaner and respirator are mandatory again!
As you can see, the rotating sander is a small all‐rounder in the renovation as well as in the wood workshop! So get to the tool and let your home shine in new splendor!