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sanding brick. Which belt to use?

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  • sanding brick. Which belt to use?

    Hello my invaluable friends,
    I've read about grinding or sanding down the hearth brick to get to the rough bits. I would plan on using a belt sander for this but am wondering what belt to use. Is there a belt equivalent to a diamond blade for the saw or will any regular belt suffice if only because I'm just smoothing out a surface?
    Thanks all.

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    I recall buying 40 grit. The cheapest one's I could find. I went through 3 or 4of them.

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