Everything about hand sanding
Whether sanding furniture, window frames or doors, it gets tight at the corners and the limits of random orbital sanders etc. are reached. Then it's time for some hand sanding.
Sanding cork: is the conventional abrasive for sanding flat surfaces and edges. The sanding block is wrapped with sandpaper on the bottom and flanks.
Hand sanding pads: are usually provided with a velcro coating and have a plastic or padded underside. Both paper discs and fabric sanding discs can be used.
Abrasives such as fleece abrasives are often used without any blocks or pads at all. This gives them the advantage of being able to work on contours perfectly.
Hand blocks: are usually made of plastic to which the abrasive is attached.
Wooden blocks or board remnants: are only conditionally suitable for sanding surfaces and contours. For breaking edges, especially with coating, these two variants are very useful.