Do they make 2000 grit sandpaper?

Do they make 2000 grit sandpaper?

Product Overview. 3M imperial wet or dry Sandpaper 2000 grit, 3-2/3 in. Wet or dry abrasives are specially designed for wet or dry sanding. Use 3M Imperial wet or dry sandpaper for a premiere finish on lacquers, primers, sealers, plastics and paints.

Is there a 1500 grit sandpaper?

3M Wetordry Sandpaper, 3 2/3 in x 9 in, 1500 Grit, 5-Pack.

Is there a 3000 grit sandpaper?

3000 Grit Super Ultra Fine Grade Sandpaper (10 Sheets/Pack)

Is there a 1000 grit sandpaper?

1000 Grit Sandpaper (10 Sheets-Pack)

What would you use 2000 grit sandpaper for?

1,500 – 2,000 Grit 1,500 grit and 2,000 grit are used to sand the clear coat. Both grits are great for removing light clear coat scratches that can’t be removed by rubbing compound and buffing. Use 2,000 grit for final sanding to achieve smooth surface.

What is wet sanding?

Wet sanding is a process where we use special sandpaper that is supposed to be wet with water. The water acts like a lubricant plus helps remove tiny particles so that the sandpaper does not get clogged and create deep scratches. Granted, the act of sanding does create small scratches.

What would you use 3000 grit sandpaper for?

1000 to 1200 Grit Sandpaper: This grade grit is used for light sanding between coats of finish and to sand metal and other hard surfaces. 2000 to 3000 Grit Sandpaper: This grade grit is used for buffing.

What is 5000 grit sandpaper used for?

Pro and enthusiast detailers can use the 5000 grit foam backed sanding discs to level surface texture, orange peel and deeper swirls and scratches. The sanding mark pattern left behind is easy to buff out of even the hardest, factory baked on paints by simply compound or polishing.

What can I use 1000 grit sandpaper for?

800-1000 grit sandpaper is ultra fine. It’s used for final sanding and polishing of thick finishes.

What grit is ultra fine?

Micro Grit Sandpaper

Grade Description CAMI
Ultra Fine Most delicate abrasives 800 or 1000
Super Fine Slightly wipes away patches/small inconsistencies but not strong enough for removal 400, 500 or 600
Extra Fine Slightly less fine and more abrasive than Super Fine 360 or 320
Very Fine The least fine of the micro abrasives 240