⚙ALTOIDS SANDING PAD/KIT⚙

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This is a mini pad and kit for sanding.
It's easy to do and it work pretty well.

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Step 1: YOU NEED

What you need:
-an empty candy box;
-bike inner tube;
-different n° of sanding paper;
-scissors.

Step 2: CUT THE INNERTUBE

Cut a piece of inner tube, big like the can of candy, and place it on top of it.

Step 3: CUT THE SANDING PAPER

Cut a stripe of sanding paper, large like the box of candy , and a bit longer.
Wrap it around the top part of the box, on top of the inner tube, really tight.
Close the box.

Step 4: CUT MORE SANDING PAPER

Cut more stripe of sanding paper, of different hardness.
Fold them and place them in the box.

Step 5: DONE

Done! The inner tube help sanding better.

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    lilchumy

    4 years ago

    I think it's kinda dumb that everyone uses Altoona cans for everything. Just use a scrap 2x4.

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    marcellahellalilchumy

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    You can use any kinda of tin can, anyways is handy because you flip the sanding paper in the can, and you don't have to glue it on a scrap 2x4, or hold it with you hand. I don't know if you get it, but that was the all point of it!

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    lilchumymarcellahella

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    I get it. not saying your idea wasn't good. I think this is very clever especially the way you can quickly change out the paper. I just mean the way people make survival tins and use these cans for things just to get publicity for using an altoids tin. yours has a purpose and I get it. didn't mean to dis your ible.

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    1ofakindwork

    5 years ago on Step 2

    This resolved my question. Some how I missed this part. Thanks

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    jessyratfink

    5 years ago on Introduction

    This is such a good idea. I've got all these tiny pieces of sandpaper that won't slot into my normal sanding block and now I know what to do with them. :D

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