Sandpaper Originated in China Around the 13th Century. It Was Initially Made Using Crushed Shells, Seeds, and Sand Adhered to Parchment or Cloth With Natural Gum or Animal Glue. Over Time, the Materials Used Evolved, With Sandpaper Now Typically Consisting of a Backing Material Coated With Abrasive Particles and Adhesive. The Production of Sandpaper Has Since Become an Industrial Process, With Various Manufacturers Around the World Producing and Distributing Different Types and Grades of Sandpaper.
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