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Black+Decker 2.4-Amp Corded Random Orbital Sander

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Lowe's.com has Black+Decker 2.4-Amp Corded Random Orbital Sander (BDERO600) on sale for $24.98. Shipping is free for MyLowe's Members (free to sign up) or you may select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks Rokket

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Lowe's has the BLACK+DECKER 2.4-Amp Corded Orbital Sander for $24.98.
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https://www.lowes.com/pd/BLACK-DE...1000698400

Description:
Paddle switch for natural sander actuation
A compact design gives this 5-in random orbit sander the ability to sand in tight spaces
A high-performance dust collection system keeps your work space clean
14,000 orbits per minute

Compare to:
Walmart - $29.00
Amazon - $29.00
Home Depot - $33.99
Ace Hardware - $44.99
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Good sander for hobby woodworking and general around the house use. You'd obviously go up a brand tier to something like Dewalt or Makita if you're gonna be using this for your livelihood, but it's a great little sander for the price. It's also stood up to repeated whole weekends of abuse when working on community theater sets.
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This B&D is good for a DIYer who is starting some woodwork or has some small light works to do and does not need a powerful one. This will hold good for such sanding activities.

If you are a pro or use it extensively then the other brands like DeWalt , Rigid, Porter Cable has worked well for some but failed for others .

If you want the best, spend extra and go for the Makita and you will have a tool for your lifetime.
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Personally I wouldn't consider harbor freight an upgrade over the Black n Decker.
I absolutely would. Its variable speed, higher power, and has literally no bad reviews out of 287 and a 100% recommendation rate. I'm not always crazy about harbor freight but that's pretty impressive.

https://www.harborfreight.com/28-...63999.html
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I absolutely would. Its variable speed, higher power, and has literally no bad reviews out of 287 and a 100% recommendation rate. I'm not always crazy about harbor freight but that's pretty impressive.

https://www.harborfreight.com/28-...63999.html [harborfreight.com]
I've noticed that the Bauer sander is identical to the Performax brand sander at Menards - $30 regular price at Menards with a 2-year warranty. You can also find the same sander under various brands on Amazon as well. https://www.menards.com/main/tool...626748.htm
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i dont like BD (weak and not sturdy) but few months back, ace hardware was selling 4 BD tools for $15 each. this sander, jigsaw, drill, etc
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Does this work or have a buffer pad for vehicles for waxing?
No, and please don't use something like this to buff your car's paint.

Get a DA polisher. You'll be happy you did. Even the harbor freight one is good and I've done numerous cars (a cut and buff) with it.
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Pros and cons of a circular sanding pad vs the rectangular ones?
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Black and Decker produces horrible quality tools IMO, so no don't replace a DeWalt with a Black and Decker. Spend about $10 more and go with Harbor Freight at least.
You do know that the parent company of BOTH DeWalt and Black & Decker is Stanley-Black & Decker, right?

Also, if you ever get a chance to compare the new Craftsman sander to the DeWalt while at Lowe's, you'll see they're identical. Again, same parent company there too.
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Pros and cons of a circular sanding pad vs the rectangular ones?
Below are some differences.

Random Orbit Sander
• Random back and forth and circular
• Can eliminate swirl marks
• More aggressive
• Smoother finish
• Easier to use
• Specific sandpaper with adhesive
• Larger motor, heavier

Rectangular / square Finish Sander
• One direction - back and forth
• Less aggressive
• Better tight edge sanding
• Use most any sheet sandpapers
• Less expensive
• Not as good dust collection

If you are looking for a really inexpensive but a good sheet sander, take a look at the WEN 6313 here. Most reviews are very high. $23.50
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00WMM084C/

Most woodworking guys usually have both.
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Got one of these from Amazon last year. Used it for house projects and they work well. Can't say about extensive use since I'm not a professional. I recommend this for homeowners who do small projects.
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You do know that the parent company of BOTH DeWalt and Black & Decker is Stanley-Black & Decker, right?

Also, if you ever get a chance to compare the new Craftsman sander to the DeWalt while at Lowe's, you'll see they're identical. Again, same parent company there too.
Parent company doesn't mean anything. Each brand targets different markets and don't use the same product lines. DeWalt is more of a weekend warrior brand, while Black and Decker is for those that use tools once a year if that. They're utter garbage.
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In for two for DIY Sybian build...
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Does this work or have a buffer pad for vehicles for waxing?

Also, don't forget that other options (besides waxing) exist ... wash your car (foam cannon) then clay bar it. Once you're done, get a good ceramic coating (NaSiO2 to be more precise) and use that. Something like McKee's 37 is a spray-on-rinse-off solution which will not only protect, but last longer.

Waxing (presuming you do the above) can enhance the shine and depth of the paint) but for most cheap bastards like myself, we waffle between time and money.

You'll be done faster, and have a longer lasting shine if you use a good ceramic coating.

I'm done with waxing. Too much work and effort and it simply didn't last as long as the ceramic coating!
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If you do a lot of sanding this is not for you. But I have this exact model and it has been far better than expected. That said, I also didn't pay this much. I think they come up pretty regularly for $14.99-$19.99.
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