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- The process of sanding with extremely fine-grained sandpaper, using a lubricant such as oil or water to prevent the sandpaper from clogging.
- 1976, Leslie Linsley, The Decoupage Workshop, page 68:
- Some wet sanding and a few more coats of varnish had it looking respectable enough to antique.
- 1986, Constructing a Solid-body Guitar: A Complete Technical Guide, →ISBN:
- It takes many applications of lacquer and subsequent wet sanding operations to obtain that final smooth luster.
- 2013, Dennis W. Parks, How to Paint Your Car: Revised & Updated, →ISBN, page 102:
- Wet sanding yields its best results on clear coats that are then polished.
- 2015, Melvin Benzaquen, Trans Am & Firebird Restoration: 1970-1/2 - 1981, →ISBN, page 106:
- This coat receives many wet sandings and polishings.
- The process of smoothing damp material with a sponge.
- 1998, William Perkins Spence, Installing & Finishing Drywall, →ISBN, page 143:
- An alternate sanding method is wet sanding. It involves blending in the edges of the joint compound by stroking them with a wet sponge.
- 2002, Finishing Walls & Ceilings, →ISBN, page 62:
- Wet sanding is a dustfree alternative to dry sanding. Use a high-density, small-cell polyurethane sponge made for wet sanding.
- 2012, Myron R. Ferguson, Drywall: Professional Techniques for Great Results, →ISBN, page 131:
- For a larger wet sanding job, use a high-density polyurethane sponge made specifically for this purpose.