From de-scuffing suede to creating a makeshift emery board, here are five more cool ways to use sandpaper
Variations of sandpaper have been used throughout time, from shark skin to crushed shells and seeds. Most modern versions of sandpaper are variants of the 3M brand waterproof sandpaper, created in 1921. If you're wondering how relevant all this is, well, it probably isn't. But what is relevant is that sandpaper has lots of nifty applications around the home. Here are five more cool ways to use it:
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Date 13-07-09, Duration 1:19, Views 24686
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