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 Putting new sandpaper on plexiglass
Author: Arnoldstang 
Date:   2021-01-14 06:57

What glue should I use to put new sandpaper on the plexiglass. The old glue came off cleanly.

Freelance woodwind performer

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 Re: Putting new sandpaper on plexiglass
Author: Ed 
Date:   2021-01-14 20:42

I would probably consider something that I could later easily remove and replace, like a glue stick



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 Re: Putting new sandpaper on plexiglass
Author: Mojo 
Date:   2021-01-15 18:44

For refacing I use Mylar backed self adhesive sandpaper.

https://youtu.be/pYhbpUIyZG0

I would look for a spray adhesive so it goes on evenly.

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 Re: Putting new sandpaper on plexiglass
Author: Arnoldstang 
Date:   2021-01-15 20:38

Thanks Mojo and Ed.

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 Re: Putting new sandpaper on plexiglass
Author: Gregory Williams 
Date:   2021-01-19 22:50

Bil Jackson taught me to use 3M Super 77 spray adhesive. It usually comes of with a bit of elbow grease and perhaps some scraping with a razor blade.

Best Wishes,

Greg Williams



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 Re: Putting new sandpaper on plexiglass
Author: Arnoldstang 
Date:   2021-01-25 06:18

Thanks, I will look into this. Mojo suggestion is also good also but maybe more expensive.

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 Re: Putting new sandpaper on plexiglass
Author: RefacerMan 
Date:   2021-01-25 17:32

Is plexiglass flat enough to use to flatten reeds or should I use a piece of glass instead? Thank you for any information.

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 Re: Putting new sandpaper on plexiglass
Author: Arnoldstang 
Date:   2021-01-26 04:21

My Vandoren sanding tool is plexiglass. I assume this is fine. I use the reed geek for side to side flatness and the sanding device for longitudinal flatness.

Freelance woodwind performer

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