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What Real People Are Saying About The FIXKIT DCA16250

Reduce Sanding Time Dramatically

If you have an adequate air compressor this will really speed up the process of sanding, a much beloved task by no one. It does catch most of the dust but you should wear a N95* dust mask whenever sanding because fine dust gets in your lungs and tends to stay there. I've been restoring and refinishing furniture for many years and I know what I'm speaking of.

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So Far, zero problems!

I was and am still a bit skeptical due to the low price of this sander, however, under probably the worst conditions a sander can experience, it has yet to let me down. I'll change my review should the sander fail. To date, it has performed admirably sanding a fiberglass boat bottom loaded with layers of old paint.

Keep in mind a bigger air compressor is needed as all air sanders use a lot of air.

This thing has power and is adjustable for the speed. The sanding discs that come with are not the best quality, but you would get your own anyways eventually. The "dust bag" that came with this is virtually useless. I did 5 hours of sanding and then looked in the bag and it was empty. Keep in mind a bigger air compressor is needed as all air sanders use a lot of air.

Good little sander I like it
  • john - June 15, 2019

Reading other reviews about quitting after 10 minutes; my sander did same thing after 10 minutes it quit working. I adjusted higher pressure and it started back up, pressure was to low. Used it for about 10 hours on new deck, did a great job. Recommend need sander this is the one to buy, does matter cost as long as it spins the paper and this one did great job.

Amazing for the price

Amazing for the price. I have used it for about two hours so far and I nothing but god things to say. It is powerful and lightweight. Vibration is about typical for this size, I don't find it a problem. The vac port looks good but I didn't use it. I am fortunate to be able to sand most things out under a tree where sawdust is not an issue.