Sanders are a staple for every handypersons home tool collection; used for smoothing, polishing, or cleaning rough surfaces.
The 5-in-1 WORX WX820.9 Sandeck covers all your sanding needs doing the job of an orbital sander, finishing sander, detail sander, contour and finger sander.
The HYPERLOCK clamping system changes pads and modes easily and securely without the use of tools. Simply loosen the clamp on top of the sander, swap over the sanding plate and then re-tighten the clamp.
The low dust level DUSTSTOP micro filter box ensures low levels of dust while sanding for a cleaner working environment.
For dedicated detail sanding, the WORX WX822.9 20V Detail sander is compact, lightweight and designed for ease of use. The shape allows easy access in more difficult conditions, such as corners and tight spaces. The dust stop micro filter feature, allows high debris removal on a variety of materials and makes sanding jobs cleaner and easier.
If you’re wondering how to use an electric sander, the answer is easy. Simply punch holes in the sandpaper using the implement provided, then clip the sandpaper into place. The holes align to the ventilation holes in the sander which collect the sawdust.
Always move the sander in the same direction as the wood grain in a gentle back and forth motion. There’s no need to press down on the sander, as it requires no force from you. You simply guide it along.
Remember to use eye and ear protection and a dust mask to protect your eyesight, hearing, and breathing while using the sander.
When considering your next wood project, you may be wondering: are electric sanders any good? The answer is, yes—and they are definitely worth buying.
Compared to manually sanding something down, you will find there is a world of difference in using an electric sander.
Manually sanding something by hand is very labour intensive—it not only tires you out quickly but takes a long time to do. It is also messier, with the dust quickly gathering on your item, needing to be swept away. By manually sanding something by hand, you also run the risk of inadvertently creating an uneven finish that may ruin your whole project (leaving your materials ready for the scrap heap).
In contrast, electric sanders do not require exertion on your part. In fact, it is best not to press down on them—instead simply guide them. Given that they have a dust collection capability, using an electric sander makes sanding a much cleaner process. And using an electric sander will give your project a professional, smooth, and even finish in a fraction of the time.
WORX has a wide range of sanders appropriate for any sized project. Determine what kind of projects you intend to do to figure out what the best electric sander is for you. Our sanders range from the popular WORX 20V Detail Sander Kit (suitable for most small projects) to full cutting, sanding and detailing kits. If you are unsure what type of electric sander to buy, contact our friendly team for expert product advice.