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10 PACK: Mirka AUTONET Abrasive Disc 5'' (Choose your grit)

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Price: $7.99 / Pack

Autonet lasts over twice as long as regular 5" sanding discs and allows for dust-free sanding. 10 pack is specially packaged by us for convenient buying. For use on a random orbit sander with a hook and loop pad.

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Experience the best dust-free sanding with Mirka's Autonet mesh abrasive (also known as Abranet). With your random orbit sander connected to a vacuum, the thousands of tiny holes in the abrasive mesh allow for the best dust extraction possible. Not only does this prevent disc surfaces from becoming clogged, it also results in a cleaner workplace as well. Autonet lasts 2-3 times longer than regular sandpaper as well.

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  • Size: 5" diameter for 5" random orbit sanders

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  • Quantity: 10 discs included
  • Model: Mirka Autonet
  • Brand: Mirka

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