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Need to convert pad to hook & loop sys. Is product made to fit this sander pad ?

Hello, I have an old 6" rotary sander. The disc was held on w/a screw in the middle. The pad was not adhesive. Can't find the sanding discs anymore. Does anyone or do they make a replacement disc pad that I can screw onto the sander, or use the present pad that will convert to a hook and loop system? I hope I've described the situation clearly to you. I believe the sander is a Black & Decker brand. Thanks very much. Els439@aol.com

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Thought about what my orbital sander is like, then went to a craft store and bought a large sheet/pad of velcro and cut it to fit the 6" rubber disc pad glued it to the pad and then bought hook and loop sanding discs. And you wondering why I didn't use my orbital sander?? Because I needed to get into tight spaces and the orbital sander is a bit too large for this, plus it's too heavy to use working overhead .

Thanks for your site and for asking if problem still exists. Appreciate it.

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