was looking to buy a sander.. don't need the most advanced .. but dont want to get a crappy one either.. really just need it for our deck for now.. before we stain it and whatnot.. not sure if it will come in handy for other house products down the road ( we aren't the handiest home owners! )
i wasn't sure if it was a big deal to have cordless vs. corded .. i saw quite a few of them for under 40 .. would be great to spend that amount or much less if possible
i have amazon credit .. some lowes 10/10 .. not sure if they can be used as competitor coupons elsewhere .. but i would consider anywhere..
any help would be appreciated .. just a model number and i could search for a deal would be great
Whatcha want, a belt sander or an orbital? I'm guessing orbital but depending on what you're doing they could take a loooooooot longer! I'd say you would want a corded model .I wasn't even aware they had cordless but a deck is gonna need a decent amount of power, something which I imagine a battery wouldn't meet. A cord won't really get in your way all that much. Just start far away from the plug and work your way back.
Honestly if you can find something cheap on CL I'd say give it a shot.
. i did a bit more research and orbital and corded are the way to go .. now i am just trying to find the right one .. there are two dewalt D26451K and D26441K .. they are both 50-60 ish which is more than i had wanted to spend.. but i have yet to find a better option .. still looking though
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This is not really a good idea for a deck. If you want to sand the deck, you should rent one of those floor sanders that they use for hardwood floor installations. This is going to take you all weekend with a hand sander and you will go through a ton of sanding disks. You are better off with one of those hand sanders that looks like a sponge mop for the deck area at least. The random orbit would be ok for the rails but a belt sander would be better. And again, they are going to clog badly when using them.
E finita la cuccagna
Liberals want you to think like them, Conservatives just want you to think!
I did. I had a really old redwood deck that the previous owners construction glued cheap ass nasty astro turf on to. Anyways, astro turf was well past bad and after I ripped it off I realized I was going to have to sand down the whole darn thing to get rid of the glue. I wanted to reattach it from underneath instead of nails on top so I literally had to take every board off, sand it with a belt sander and then put it back on. Took a couple weekends and the worst part was the sanding. Would have loved to have use a big fancy sander but with the nails in the deck it wasn't an option
In the end well worth it as I'm pretty sure you can't even get redwood of that quality anymore.
Worst part of the whole thing was I dropped the belt sander on the 2nd to last board. It still works but the belt doesn't stay on that well
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