Warner Sanding Block Hand Sander, 34436A, Dimpled Rubber

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Shaped To Sand Corners, Curves, And Flat Surfaces Dimpled Rubber Surface To Adjust For Surface Imperfections Easy-To-Grip Handle Easy To Load With Standard Sandpaper
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Hand Sanding Block

Rubber Sanding Block

Heavy Duty Paint Scraper

Pry Bar

Stiff Putty Knife

Full Flex Putty Knife
Top Features Smoothing surfaces & quick touch-ups are easy with this hand sanding block that works with any standard sandpaper. Rubber sanding block offers grip & comfort for smoothing surfaces & quick touch-ups. Heavy duty blade, soft grip handle, and knob for ultimate leverage make scraping paint a breeze. Remove trim & molding with ease. Stiff putty knife is ideal for scraping & removing residue from surfaces. Full flex putty knife is ideal for spreading compounds to fill cracks & holes.



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Item Weight

‎2.88 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎1.56 x 2.25 x 4.5 inches

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Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



‎Pack of 1


‎Dimpled Rubber



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Included Components

‎Sanding Block

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Batteries Required?






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Best Sellers Rank

#1,195 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #1 in Sanding Blocks

Date First Available

June 24, 2014

10 reviews for Warner Sanding Block Hand Sander, 34436A, Dimpled Rubber

  1. IneedcoffeeIneedcoffee

    This plastic Warner sanding block is a good value for the price. I bought a few to hold different grades of sandpaper. My teen daughter like the handle on the top. This block grabs the paper on the sides of the direction of sanding. I would like to have a similar block in which the paper is gripped at the ends in the direction of sanding. I took apart one of the blocks (see photos), though I do not recommend doing this, because the plastic tabs did not quite return to its original position afterwards.

  2. BluMandu

    Like that it takes a quarter sheet, that is relatively easy to make out of the regular letter size sandpaper sheets.The sharp edge makes getting into hard to access areas possible. I have a great orbital sander, but sometime I just need the hand sanders. I have 3 of these and keep 150, 220, and 320 on them. I have others that have 80 grit.At the easy price I can afford to have one for each of my fav grits. Use them over and over and hard pressure and none of them have failed to function.Putting the sandpaper in and making it tight is pretty easy.Cons: Can’t think of any, Have had 4 other hand sanders and this is by far the best functioning with overall ease of use.

  3. David

    Very easy to use and very basic sanding block. It’s just the right size for me, and worked without any hitches. Took half a sheet in.For the reviewer who said they needed 3 hands to put the sand paper into it, my condolences, because it was the easiest thing I’ve ever done. This person must not have realized how to work the mechanism. You push the little tabs (in black) at the top, and the red plastic lifts off about half and inch so you can slide in the sandpaper on both sides, very easy to do, then you just push it back in so that it tabs click in place.

  4. Jack

    This is a great little sanding block. Some of the reviewers on here are saying it’s impossible to secure sandpaper to it without a third hand, a foot, and a genie’s lamp, but frankly, I don’t see what all of the fuss is about. It all sounds like first-world problems to me.-Is it a little bit awkward? Eh. Kind of, but once you get the hang of it (like changing it out twice), it’s easy and I have found to be a really secure and solid block for my paper.-Is it impossible or exceedingly frustrating to position paper? …maybe if you have the patience level of a 2-year-old. Just use some 3D thinking skills and you’ll be good to go.Personally, I really do like this thing. The 4 stars on “Easy to Use” goes simply to it’s not the same as the classic rubber blocks (which I’ve grown up with). Is it more difficult to use than those? I think not- I think it’s just a little different at first.

  5. Molly

    Until recently, I have only used sanding blocks a few times. Whenever I needed one, I made do with general use grit and used it until the sides were smoother than a baby’s back side.My old method wouldn’t work for my current project, so I went searching for cheap and easy alternatives to having a bunch of $5 sanding blocks in various grits. This sander had decent reviews and was the right price. Now that I have used it for a bit, I give this sander high marks, especially for the following qualities:Sustainablility – I am not throwing blocks away and when I pull off the used sand paper, I use the scraps for other projects.Versatilility – I love that I can switch out to a different grit so easily. I was afraid that it would be hard to get a tight fit, but it isn’t. Bonus – there is a rounded edge and an angled edge for detail work.Affordablility – for less than I have spent on a Scotch sanding block, I now have a tool that will last me for quite some time.

  6. Mike A.

    Saved my hands while refinishing some furniture. There are some places on tables and chairs that are not possible to reach effectively with an electric sander. Using just your fingers for pressure fatigues them easily. The width of this piece is not great – you’ve got to cut standard sheets of sandpaper to fit which leads to waste. Considering the block was $2, I could not, in good conscience, rate lower than 5 stars. The product functions as intended and has held up well to hard use.

  7. David Stout

    I love the easy loading design of this sanding block. Sure beats a piece of 1×3 with sandpaper thumbtacked on. It has a curved edge and a wedge-shaped edge which gives great access to different surfaces. I used this to sand veneers smooth on a guitar headstock. Also was used for many rounds of sanding it in between coats of sanding sealer and clear lacquer. It is effective for all but final sanding. A great product for short bucks.

  8. Inkarico

    very simple mechanism but just what i need. came with a sample sand paper which you can use it as a reference for the next time you need to cut a replacement. the clip at top easy to use. fits very well in your hand so you can use it in any direction you sand. can you use it for a large project? no, it is for spot sanding or detail work

  9. Nicholas W.Nicholas W.

    This thing is great! For the price I’m super happy. I used to just use a piece of scrap 2×4, and this is a huge step up for a small amount of money. It’s quick and easy to change the paper, takes an even 1/4 sheet, and has a good grip. One side is beveled to get.into corners and the other side rounded for grooves. Its a well thought out design. Very happy overall

  10. Martin G. Ahrens

    These are wonderful little sanding blocks! Handy small size, versatile shape, quick and easy to load with a quarter sheet of sand paper, comfortable in the hand. If I needed something larger, I’d probably plug in the electric sander anyway, but these are handier for small jobs.I’ve only used them on one project so far, so I’m not sure how they’ll hold up in the long run, but I like them enough that if they break or something, I’d just buy a small box full of ’em. I like ’em and they’re dirt cheap.

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