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What are the dangers of sandpaper?

It does not digest well and can grind skin right off of your flesh. It also may generate toxic dust, depending on what substance you are sanding.
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Can you get rid of fingerprints with sandpaper?

    No, not permanently anyway.   You can "temporarily" remove some ridge detail if you sand deep enough, but this can also cause skin nerve damage. But as the skin (MORE)
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Can you use sandpaper on your teeth?

No. It will damage the enamel coating and lead to all sorts of ongoing problems such as bad dull looking teeth, tooth decay and pain. Why do you ask? If you have stained teeth (MORE)

Who invented Sandpaper?

The first recorded instance of sandpaper was in 13th century in China when crushed shells, seeds, and sand were bonded to parchment using natural gum. and beelieved to be made (MORE)
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Can you sharpen clipper blades with sandpaper?

Definitely not. It is important to get your clipper blades sharpened by a professional, as it takes precision tools and equipment, a lot of skill, and attention to detail.
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How do you use wet sandpaper?

Wet sandpaper is used by briefly soaking or wetting the paper with  water and then sliding it back and forth across the surface. Water  helps to clear away dust and debris w (MORE)

What is sandpaper used for?

Sandpaper is used to add a nice, smooth finish to a piece of wood  or to an object made out of timber.   When a fine smooth finish is required on an object's surface,  d (MORE)
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What is the finest sandpaper?

Grit 3000, usually marked as P3000. Make sure to use water as lubricant (wet sanding), as it not only helps with quality of sanding but prevents microscopic metal particles b (MORE)

Was there sandpaper in the 1700s?

The 1st recorded sandpaper was in 13th Century China using sand or  crushed up shells on a parchment glued on with natural gum.   Dutch Rush, or Horsehair and Scouring Ru (MORE)