Glasspaper - definition of glasspaper by The Free Dictionary
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(Mechanical Engineering) strong paper coated with powdered glass or other abrasive material for smoothing and polishing
(Mechanical Engineering) to smooth or polish with glasspaper
Past participle: glasspapered
glasspaper [ˈglɑːsˌpeɪpəʳ] N
) → papel m de vidrio
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In September 1827 Walker started calling his new matches 'friction lights' which were supplied with a piece of folded glasspaper
Give the woodwork a light rub over with glasspaper
and then apply clear preservative.
Then rub the walls with glasspaper
to remove all old paste and smooth rough areas.
is fitted to a simple sanding disk or, for a better finish, a foam drum sander which gives a good finish on both flat and shaped surfaces.