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Do these do a good job cleaning up detail? What's your experience, and where is the best buy? Seems as though there are genuine and imitations on Ebay....
 

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I've never tried a bristle disc before but for concave curves I have a bunch of pieces of different sized dowel rod wrapped with different grits of sandpaper as many others here do.
 

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Thanks for the responses. I look for ways to make the finishing easier 'cause the old hands get more stubborn every year. I do have a collection of rubber sanding shapes that have come in handy with 220 grit... There are some uneven clear outs where you can see where the bit changes direction, 1/4" end mill in particular.... I have an oscillating multi tool that I can get some small sanding pads for, but it is limited on the real tight spots... May as well add to the tool collection with some of these ...
 

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I have a Rockwell multi tool that is one of my favorites, I use it for many things. Favorite tools are the ones the kids have given me
 

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I bought a kit with many different grits and they do a good job taking the fuzz off places that you just can't get a bit of sandpaper into. I have a cordless dremel type tool that I use. I got my kit from riogrande.com

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I use them all the time and riogrande.com is the cheapest price I have found.
 
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