How to Remove Hair With Sand Paper


If you are tired of getting nicks and cuts from your regular razor, sandpaper may be the solutions you have been looking for. A very fine grade of sandpaper can remove hair and exfoliate the skin all at the same time. Inexpensive and conveniently found in most hardware stores, sandpaper is an economical way to remove body hair without any painful repercussions.

Purchase sandpaper that is very fine in texture. You do not want sandpaper that is extremely rough, or any type that is referred to as heavy duty. Fine sandpaper is usually fairly smooth in texture, and is designed for light sanding work. Most hardware stores sell sandpaper, and if you can't find it, ask a sales associate for help.

Wet the piece of sandpaper and your legs or other part of your body where you would like to remove the hair. This can be done in the shower or bath, along with your favorite moisturizing body wash.


Wrap the wet piece of sandpaper around your fingers, and rub it gently along your skin in an up and down direction. After a few strokes, note the hair removal and move along to the next section of hair.

Continue using the sandpaper in this manner until all of the unwanted hair is removed. Keep dipping the sandpaper in the bath water to remove any hair that may be building up on it as you go along.

Throw out the piece of sandpaper when you are finished, and apply a coat of baby oil to your skin. Your skin will be exceptionally smooth and free of hair. Repeat the process as often as necessary.