Sanders

Sanders

Power sanders are essential for every DIY enthusiast, builder or gardener. Sanders are necessary for smoothing out rough surfaces. Whether you need to tame wood, stone or metal, a quality power sander is the right tool to use. Various types of sanders are also suitable for removing paint and dust, or even cleaning glass. When choosing from a variety of power sanders, there are several characteristics you should look out for. The most crucial one is the diameter and number of sanding sheets. If you have your eye on a cordless sander, look out for the capacity of the battery and its recharge speed. An ergonomic hander, a dust collection system, reduced vibration and speed control should also be of interest. Take a look at our offer of power sanders and start polishing, cleaning and cutting with a reliable tool which does not disappoint. Made by first-class manufacturers, you are bound to find the one which fits your needs the best.
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    Norton Expert Sander Head, (W)85mm
    Norton Expert Sander Head, (W)85mm
    £6.00 B & Q
    Bosch 710W 230V Corded Belt sander PBS 75 A
    Bosch 710W 230V Corded Belt sander PBS 75 A
    from £106.00
    Bosch Professional 340W 110V Corded Random Orbit Sander Gex150Ac
    Bosch Professional 340W 110V Corded Random Orbit Sander Gex150Ac
    £90.00 B & Q
    Bosch Psm Cordless 10.8V Detail Sander 1 Battery 603976970
    Bosch Psm Cordless 10.8V Detail Sander 1 Battery 603976970
    £50.00 B & Q
    Bosch Gss Corded 300W 230V Random Orbit Sander Gss230Ae
    Bosch Gss Corded 300W 230V Random Orbit Sander Gss230Ae
    £80.00 B & Q
    Bosch Prr 240V Corded 250W Sanding Roller Prr250Es
    Bosch Prr 240V Corded 250W Sanding Roller Prr250Es
    £15.00 B & Q
    Bosch PSM 200 AES Multi Sander - 240v
    Bosch PSM 200 AES Multi Sander - 240v
    from £66.00
    Bosch PSM PRIMO Multi Sander - 240v
    Bosch PSM PRIMO Multi Sander - 240v
    from £46.95
    Bosch 18V 2Ah Li-Ion Cordless Detail Sander Psm 18 Li
    Bosch 18V 2Ah Li-Ion Cordless Detail Sander Psm 18 Li
    from £140.00
    Bosch GSS 160 Multi Orbital Palm Detail Sander - 240v
    Bosch GSS 160 Multi Orbital Palm Detail Sander - 240v
    from £160.94
    Skip20Pp Bosch Psm 10.8 Li Cless Multi
    Skip20Pp Bosch Psm 10.8 Li Cless Multi
    £30.00 B & Q
    Bosch GSS 18 V-10 18v Cordless Palm Sander - No Batteries, No Charger, No Case
    Bosch GSS 18 V-10 18v Cordless Palm Sander - No Batteries, No Charger, No Case
    from £105.00
    Bosch GET 75-150 Random Orbital Sander 150mm - 240v
    Bosch GET 75-150 Random Orbital Sander 150mm - 240v
    £300.00 ManoMano UK
    Bosch GET 55-125 Random Orbital Sander 125mm - 240v
    Bosch GET 55-125 Random Orbital Sander 125mm - 240v
    £459.00 ManoMano UK
    Bosch PSS 200 A Sheet Sander - 240v
    Bosch PSS 200 A Sheet Sander - 240v
    from £51.95
    Bosch GEX 125-1 AE Random Orbital Disc Sander 125mm - 240v
    Bosch GEX 125-1 AE Random Orbital Disc Sander 125mm - 240v
    from £110.00
    Bosch Power for all 18V Cordless Detail sander PSM 18 Li - BARE
    Bosch Power for all 18V Cordless Detail sander PSM 18 Li - BARE
    from £62.00
    Skip19D Bosch Gex 125-150 Ave Random Orb
    Skip19D Bosch Gex 125-150 Ave Random Orb
    £140.00 B & Q
    Bosch PEX 300 AE Random Orbit Disc Sander 125mm - 240v
    Bosch PEX 300 AE Random Orbit Disc Sander 125mm - 240v
    from £92.00
    Bosch PEX 400 AE Random Orbit Disc Sander 125mm - 240v
    Bosch PEX 400 AE Random Orbit Disc Sander 125mm - 240v
    from £106.00
    Bosch PEX 220 A Orbital Disc Sander 125mm - 240v
    Bosch PEX 220 A Orbital Disc Sander 125mm - 240v
    from £57.00
    Bosch PSS 250 AE Sheet Sander - 240v
    Bosch PSS 250 AE Sheet Sander - 240v
    from £63.00
    Bosch Gss 190W 110V Corded 1/3 Sheet Sander Gss23Ae
    Bosch Gss 190W 110V Corded 1/3 Sheet Sander Gss23Ae
    from £84.00
    Skip16 Bosch Gss 23Ae 1/3 Sheet Sander 2
    Skip16 Bosch Gss 23Ae 1/3 Sheet Sander 2
    £55.00 B & Q
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    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    How to use a sander?

    A sander is a powerful tool that can help you create a smooth and professional finish on your projects. Using one is easier than you might think, and once you've mastered the basics you'll be able to tackle a variety of sanding jobs with ease. The first step is to select the right sander for your project. There are several different types of sanders, such as belt, orbital, and detail sanders, each of which is suited to different tasks. Once you've selected the right sander, you'll need to choose the right sandpaper. Different sanders require different grits, so be sure to check the instructions for your specific sander. Then, you can start sanding! Make sure to keep the sander moving in the same direction as the grain of the wood, and use steady, even pressure. After you're done, you can use a vacuum or a damp cloth to remove any dust or debris. And that's it - you've just learned how to use a sander! With the right technique and a little practice, you'll be able to achieve amazing results with your sander.

    How to use a belt sander?

    If you're looking to give your woodworking projects a professional finish, a belt sander is the way to go. It's easy to use and can quickly and efficiently smooth out imperfections. To get started, choose the right sandpaper grit for the job. Coarse grit is good for removing large amounts of material, while fine grit is great for finishing. Once you have the sandpaper in place, you can start using the sander. Make sure to keep the sander moving in a steady, even motion. Don't press down too hard, as that could cause the sander to leave marks on the wood. Once you've finished sanding, use a brush or rag to remove any dust or debris. And that's it! With a belt sander, you can achieve professional-looking results in no time. So what are you waiting for? Get sanding!

    What is an orbital sander?

    An orbital sander is one of the most essential tools for any DIY enthusiast or professional. It's a power sanding tool that uses an oscillating motion to quickly and effectively smooth surfaces. This type of sander is incredibly versatile - you can use it to sand wood, metal, plastic, and even composite materials. It also works on both flat and contoured surfaces. The orbital motion of the sander gives you a superior finish compared to traditional sanders, as it prevents the formation of swirl marks. Orbital sanders are relatively light and easy to use, making them perfect for beginners. They also come in a variety of sizes, so you can find one that suits your needs. And with all the different sanding pads available, you can tackle any sanding job with ease. So, if you're looking for a great tool that can help you complete any woodworking or refinishing project, an orbital sander is the perfect choice!

    How to use orbital sander?

    If you're looking to take on a DIY home improvement project, knowing how to use an orbital sander is a must. This tool is perfect for sanding down wood, removing paint and varnish, and polishing up furniture and other surfaces. No matter your project, an orbital sander can make it easier and faster to get the job done. To get started, make sure your sander is properly connected and plugged in. Once it's ready to go, the next step is to choose the right sandpaper. Sandpaper comes in different grits for different jobs, so make sure you pick the one that is best for your project. After you have the sandpaper in place, turn on the sander and start sanding. Move the sander in a back and forth motion, using a light touch. Try to keep the sander level and avoid putting too much pressure on it. This will help you get a smoother finish and prevent any damage to the surface. When you're finished, turn off the sander and wipe away any dust. With the right technique and a bit of practice, you'll be a pro at using an orbital sander in no time!