Hi all, I am in the middle of refinishing an old desk that I pulled out of my father-laws-garage. This is what really sparked my interest in woodworking and is why I am going to pursue woodworking after this project is complete. I refinished an old dresser for my daughters room a few years back. Looking at the dresser now I see a lot of things I did that I would do differently. But anyway, I have a few tools to start with, miter saw, table saw, sanders, drills and quite a few hand tools that I acquired when I was working as an electrician. My main focus in woodworking will be furniture. Things that I and my family can use. My first question, of many I'm sure, is what does everyone use for sandpaper? I have a quarter sheet sander and I've been burning through sheets on this refinishing project of mine. There was a lot of paint on the desk and I stripped as much as I could but the amounts that I couldn't strip build up a ton of gunk on the sandpaper and I throw a lot of sheets away because of this. I have been buying the Diablo sandpaper from Home Depot but it seems expensive. I am looking to buy something more in bulk for cheaper. All suggestions are welcome. Thanks.