02 Aug 2013

convention-picThe revolutionary SurfPrep Sanding System captured the attention of woodworkers, cabinet shop owners and distributors alike during the 2013 AWFS trade show in Las Vegas. Hundreds of attendees from around the world flooded the booth during the span of the show to test out SurfPrep’s products on a variety of applications. SurfPrep’s extensive variety of foam abrasives, non-woven, and film disks were used with its durable and lightweight orbital and random orbital sanders on whitewood, sealer, and solid surfaces.

The brand new cutting-edge SurfPrep Sanding System Kit was launched during the weeklong event. The kit includes a 3”x4” rectangular orbital sander that is excellent for use on flat surfaces, recessed corners, profiles, and moldings. Other contents include a 12-foot ball swivel air hose that allows for flexibility while dropping into drawer boxes and corners with no limitations, air tool oil for maintenance, and a variety of SurfPrep’s hook-and-loop foam-back abrasive pads and film cut sheets.

SurfPrep customers that have been using the system during the past year visited the booth and gave testimonials of how the products have benefitted their companies. Mark Elliott, owner of Elliott Woodworking said SurfPrep has transformed the way his employees sand and finish their custom dovetail drawer boxes, “We go faster and get better results with less load up of the sponge. We get better life and much better results”. New user Aaron Thomas bought the first SurfPrep Sanding System to bring back to the Island of Trinidad. His woodshop currently has problems sanding moldings and contours. After testing the SurfPrep tools and abrasives at the convention he said, “It shows us how easy it is to get into contours and we’re very excited about using it”.

SurfPrep is being distributed throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico and in the process of expanding to even more locations around world. For more information on how to catch the SurfPrep wave, please visit www.surfprepsanding.com or call (951) 245-4200.

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