3M Sand Paper Sheet 346U, Aluminum Oxide, 17-1/2 Length x 2-3/4 Width, 60 Grit

In my book 3M is the leader in sandpaper products. It has always been consistent as well as reliable. The search is on for a less expensive replacement, but all I’ve run into is a few disappointments. The 3M sandpaper lasts, does not clog as easily, and overall is the best quality paper money can buy.

You use this 3m sandpaper on a long sanding board, or flat board. I’ve heard them called different names. I just found on a Harbor Freight for about the lowest price I’ve seen in years. The flat sanding board is for bodywork on cars with long, straight surfaces. It is also used in curved surfaces and with a little practice, you can get pretty good at straightening out cars.

60 grit is a rather rough sandpaper. 36 grit is the roughest I’ve used and use it only for the initial cut on bondo surfaces. After 36 grit to get off the really high surfaces, 60 grip is good for clean up, final straightening, and can be used with high build primers. I’ll be doing a review on high build primers later. At least the products I’ve tried.


 

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Rayovac Platinum Pre-Charged NiMH AA Size Batteries, PL715-4 GEN, 4-Pack

I bought these Rayovac Platinum AA rechargeable Batteries because they cost a little less than the Panasonic, which are rated a little higher. This is my second set of Rayovac AA rechargeable batteries. I’ve noticed little difference between the Rayovac Platinum AA rechargeable Batteries and Panasonic batteries. They both charge at the same rate, last about the same amount of time, and deliver the same power in products you can feel the difference. In the long run, the Rayovac Platinum Pre-Charged NiMH AA Batteries do have a higher mA rating and should hold a charge longer. I’ve owned one set a number of years and that is why I went back to some these as a few extra spare batteries.

I use these Rayovac Platinum AA rechargeable Batteries in everything that takes AA batteries. I use one in my cordless mouse, my camera takes 4 batteries, and of course in flashlights. The lithium batteries are supposed to last for years without loosing a charge. Other sites may be a little more technical in their reviews. I just tell it like it is from my personal experiences.


 

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Braun Mobile Pocket Shaver M60 Red

If you are looking to buy a new shaver, want to get a quality product at the lowest price, you should check out this electric cordless, battery operated shaver.

This Braun mobile shaver really surprised me. It has a good feel to it, shaves rather close, and best of all, takes 2 AA batteries. I bought a load of AA rechargeable batteries I use in an assortment of products, and this is one of them. The Braun shaver is very powerful, built much better than an off brand I bought a few months ago, and has a better feel than my old Panasonic shaver it is replacing. In the long run, why pay more than what you need when this will work for an everyday shaver?

I tried another really cheap battery operated travel shaver. I gave that a good review because it did shave, it worked well, it was really light weight, and it also used the AA batteries I have. The problem with that shaver was, the head wore through in about 6 months. Obviously it used cheaper steel and was only designed to be used once or twice a year. It was a travel shaver. The under $10 rotary head travel shaver may be a good buy for a once a year travel shaver, but doesn’t touch the quality of the Panasonic or Braun mobile shaver.

The Shaver has an attached folding cover to protect the head if you are traveling. In my humble opinion this will make a great everyday cordless shaver. 

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