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Sandpaper for Auto Body Use

The next time you need some grit and grind for your auto restoration, shop at Eastwood for quality sandpaper. Anyone who does body work can use some good sanding supplies for smoothing out filler, removing old paint and finishing metal. We have dozens of auto body sandpaper products for everything from fixing minor dings to complete rebuilds. From course 40-grit to silky 2000-grit and plenty of options in between, we can help you grind down bumps, blemishes and unwanted coatings.

All Types of Sandpaper

Whatever type of sanding tool you use, we have the paper to fit it - even if that tool is your bare hands. Our 2.75-inch sandpaper rolls are a popular choice for those who want to cut the exact amount they need to use on a sanding block. Other types include sanding discs, sanding belts and sanding bands for mechanical sanders plus hand pads and abrasive cylinders. Automotive sandpaper can come with a plain back or with an adhesive or hook-and-loop system for attaching to your tools.

Sandpapers from Major Brands

There's plenty of sandpaper to be found at a local hardware store or home improvement warehouse. But why would you use products designed for wood screws and cabinet brackets on your car? Every roll of sandpaper at Eastwood is made specifically for vehicles. We sell paper and accessories from 3M, Motor Guard, INDASA and other companies that are experienced in the auto industry just like we are. And we have our one line of Contour sandpaper and other selections for do-it-yourselfers.

Scouring for Any Body Work

Whether you need replacement pads for your current sander or a new bench-mount sander for your fabrication shop, Eastwood is the place to go. We carry the right supplies to grind, scour, polish, port and anything else to your car's body or engine. Instead of settling for generic sandpaper from generic brands, shop with a DIY industry leader for auto sandpaper that is made for refinishing.


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