Bamboo wall panels – When looking at a wall of bamboo paneling, grinding may seem a difficult task. Depending on the task, different types of sandpaper may be needed, especially if panels are uneven. The key to grinding panels is to take the time to make sure your surface is prepared and that panels are properly sanded.
12 Photos Gallery of: How to Sand Bamboo Wall Panels
Moisten a cloth or cloth and wipe off bamboo wall panels. Rubbish on panels can cause the grinding machine to jump, create dumps, hack or scratches on the wall. A clean surface will prevent this from happening. Put a cloth or old blanket along the area where you plan to work. Make sure the fabric is as close to the wall as possible so that it can capture most of the fallen dust. The floor and furniture should be covered to prevent a large mess. Put on your dust filter mask and goggles. The face mask will prevent you from breathing dust that flies around when grinding a surface.
Open a window. A well-ventilated place will help you get fresh air so you do not breathe dust. Place well to medium-grain sandpaper on your slab. Fine sandpaper sanding the surface easily, roughing it up a bit. Intermittent sandpaper can remove the top layer of bamboo wall panels, which may help remove old paint or bets. The sandpaper you use depends on what kind of job you need to perform.