5 Quick Wood Sanding Tips and Tricks | Woodworking Hacks

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For me, wood sanding is my least favorite thing in woodworking and using my random orbital sander, wet sanding or even my belt sanders doesn't really seem to make it more interesting, but it's a necessary part of woodworking, and one of the most important jobs too.

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