Buyer’s Guide to Electric Random Orbital Sanders

When it’s time to sand woodwork, walls, furniture, metal or other objects, there’s a variety of options. Choices include completing sanding projects by hand or using a battery-operated pneumatic sander or an electric sander. Most people prefer power tools for sanding because sanding by hand can be slow and tedious. Even so, some projects require brute force and hand sanding.

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