TIPS FROM ROSIE'S...The first rule of sanding is to work with the grain of the wood because cross-grain sanding can leave permanent and very obvious scratches. The second rule is to use a sanding block because you can't exert even sanding pressure without one. For flat surfaces, use a padded sanding block. An unpadded block has no give, and grit caught under the sandpaper can scratch the wood as you work. For curved surfaces, your best bet is a thick piece of foam padding or sponge covered with sandpaper. The padding shapes itself to the curves, providing firm, even pressure. Happy Painting!
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