What is GRIT?

Fineness value of abrasive material used to polish, like compounds and sandpapers. Originally, the number of holes per square inch of the mesh used in screening a particular material was this fineness value. Today, it denotes the average particlesize of the material in micrometers, evolving as grit sees extremely fine abrasives.

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