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Sanders & Strippers for Sale (18)

United Rentals offers an extensive range of used sanders and strippers for sale, carefully maintained to ensure optimal performance. Our inventory caters to a variety of construction needs, from large-scale projects to intricate detailing work.

For our full list of sanders and strippers for sale, view the items below. For more information about sanders and strippers, visit our resource section.


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FAQs About Sanders & Strippers

Check out our inventory above to choose the right floor sander for sale for your next floor refinishing project. United Rentals offers a variety of floor scraper and sander options, and our team is committed to helping you find a machine that sets you and your team up for success. Floor scrapers strip away tile, flooring or other materials. Depending on whether you want to operate from a standing or sitting position, you can choose between a ride-on or walk-behind scraper. Floor sander machines smooth several types of surfaces, and United Rentals has various high-quality used floor sanders for sale to choose from. Additionally, to keep your owned equipment in top working condition, check out our Customer Equipment Solutions to help safeguard your investment. Fill out this form to receive information about equipment and additional inventory from one of our sales experts.

Learn more about sanders and strippers in our FAQ section below.

What are floor scraper machines used for?

Floor scrapers and strippers are an efficient way to remove flooring material from surfaces. Depending on your specific project, you can use either a ride-on or walk-behind scraper to save time and energy for your crew.

What sander should I use on hardwood floors?

To determine the best machine and method for your hardwood refinishing project, you will need to consider the wood’s condition and your desired finish. Drum sanders and belt sanders are the most commonly used machines for large-scale projects that require more aggressive sanding and are great for reverting wood floors back to bare wood. Floor edgers and smaller orbital sanders are ideal for sanding corners and smaller areas.

How do I know which floor sander to use?

There are a variety of floor sander options to choose from, so you will want to consider factors like surface material and condition, desired finish and surface area to determine the best machine for your jobsite. Drum sanders are large, heavy-duty machines great for large-scale projects with multiple layers of finish or significant damage. Orbital sanders are less aggressive and are ideal for smoothing out wood after using a drum sander or sanding concrete.