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(1/4 SHEET PALM SANDER) - ZKK-4511FS

It is generally used for fine finishing before coatings, less aggressive material removal than RO sanders, or sanding into corners. The dual-plane, counter-balanced, low-vibration design reduces user fatigue. And, a dust-sealed switch protects against dust ingestion for longer switch life. A palm sander works better for finishing wood than an orbital sander. On wooden surfaces that wouldn't require stainings, such as cupboards and shelves, palm sanders are employed. Because of the high quality of a palm sander's finish, you don't necessarily need to stain the wood after using one to sand it. A palm sanders — AKA a 1/4-sheet sander because of the size of sandpaper it uses — is the smallest type of power sander. Their compact size makes them perfect for light-duty finish work, and their square pads fit into tight spots and corners that random orbita l sanders cannoT. For small projects, such as stripping furniture or sanding a drywall patch, a palm sander is tough enough to do the job but easy on the wallet. These little machines get their power by orbiting quickly—at least 10,000 times per minute.
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It is generally used for fine
 finishing before coatings, 
less aggressive material removal
 than RO sanders, or sanding into
 corners. The dual-plane, counter-balanced,
 low-vibration design reduces user fatigue.
And, a dust-sealed switch protects against
 dust ingestion for longer switch life.

A palm sander works better 
for finishing wood than an orbital 
sander. On wooden surfaces that wouldn't
 require stainings, such as cupboards and
 shelves, palm sanders are employed. 
Because of the high quality of a palm 
sander's finish, you don't necessarily 
need to stain the wood after using one
 to sand it.

A palm sanders — AKA a 1/4-sheet
 sander because of the size of 
sandpaper it uses — is the smallest
 type of power sander. 
Their compact size makes
 them perfect for light-duty 
finish work, and their square
 pads fit into tight spots and
 corners that random orbita
l sanders cannoT.

For small projects, such 
as stripping furniture or
 sanding a drywall patch,
 a palm sander is tough enough
 to do the job but easy on the
wallet. These little machines
 get their power by orbiting
 quickly—at least 10,000 times 
per minute.

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It is generally used for fine
 finishing before coatings, 
less aggressive material removal
 than RO sanders, or sanding into
 corners. The dual-plane, counter-balanced,
 low-vibration design reduces user fatigue.
And, a dust-sealed switch protects against
 dust ingestion for longer switch life.

A palm sander works better 
for finishing wood than an orbital 
sander. On wooden surfaces that wouldn't
 require stainings, such as cupboards and
 shelves, palm sanders are employed. 
Because of the high quality of a palm 
sander's finish, you don't necessarily 
need to stain the wood after using one
 to sand it.

A palm sanders — AKA a 1/4-sheet
 sander because of the size of 
sandpaper it uses — is the smallest
 type of power sander. 
Their compact size makes
 them perfect for light-duty 
finish work, and their square
 pads fit into tight spots and
 corners that random orbita
l sanders cannoT.

For small projects, such 
as stripping furniture or
 sanding a drywall patch,
 a palm sander is tough enough
 to do the job but easy on the
wallet. These little machines
 get their power by orbiting
 quickly—at least 10,000 times 
per minute.

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