COVID-19  Due to extremely heavy volume and safety protocols related to COVID-19, We are experiencing some shipping delays and temporary inventory outages. We will notify you when your order has been shipped. Some manufactures are experiencing major production delays and supply chain shortages.  We appreciate your patience during this difficult time. Please stay safe. 

Every year we are fortunate enough to close down for the Holidays to spend time with our family and friends. 



This years shut down dates will be as follows:

November 25th & 26th 


December 24th through the New Year


We will resume normal business on January 3rd, 2022


If you need to place an order, keep in mind the closed dates and plan accordingly. 


Norton Blue Fire Sanding Belts And Disks


Next generation of patented, premium, self-sharpening,
100% zirconia alumina abrasive for longer life, faster cut and
outstanding durability. The anti-static technology increases dust
collection efficiency for a cleaner working environment. The
improved resin bond ensures grain retention under the most
demanding applications. And, the consistent scratch pattern
means the finest finish of the floor.


When sanding pre-finished floors, common sense would say to start by using the coarsest grit available to sand off a very
tough coating. In reality, the opposite is true. By starting with a coarse grit, you will get decreased product life and performance.
The proper sanding technique for pre-finished floors involves sanding the floor first with a finer grit, usually 80 grit. Sand
the finish lightly with 80 grit, just to scratch the surface. Then come back with a coarser grit, usually 40 or 50 grit is coarse
enough to remove the finish. Using this technique will greatly increase product life and cut rate. This technique works for the
edger as well as the belt sander.

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