View Full Version : Enco wet and dry.....

Raymond Richard
12-01-2002, 12:45 AM
I've gotten a couple sales catalodges from Enco. They have some really good prices on wet and dry paper. From 240 grit down to 1200 grit their price is 19.99 for a 100 sheets.

Has anyone used their paper? Just trying to find out if its worth getting......

Kelly Carlson
12-01-2002, 08:55 AM
I did buy some 240, 400 & 600 sleeves of their paper a few months ago.
In my short experience with it, it's a bit coarser than the nominally indicated grits, and with thinner, stiffer paper backing than the $ 40-50 per sleeve stuff I also use.
Probably comparable to the Supergrit papers in the same price range.
Good dollar value, but I'll continue to use better papers for final finishing steps.

Osprey Guy
12-01-2002, 12:53 PM
I recently bought a large pack of inexpensive sandpaper...the price was right,...but the sandpaper was quickly assigned to the bottom of my drawer where it belongs, to be used only in case of an emergency.

I've tried others, every time it's cheap I find that I'm getting what I paid for...

Can't speak for the Enco paper, but my experience tells me to avoid the bargain sandpaper.


Yeah Baby!:smokin

Raymond Richard
12-01-2002, 02:12 PM
Wonder if they'll do a sampler pack, I'll give them a call see what they say.....