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Dave Walder scored a solitary penalty as the visitors could only trouble the scorers on one occasion with Sale equally impressive in defence as they were in attack.
And Saint-Andre, who saw title rivals Bath snatch a last-gasp win over his side last weekend, believes his troops can get even better.
"I'm pleased after the disappointment of the robbery of last week," he said. "We tried to be consistent, we tried a lot of things, we showed a lot of confidence, we took some risks.
"We tried to play rugby in front of a good crowd and scored four tries. I don't think a lot of teams in the Premiership can do this with the flair that we can.
"We're in good form and shape, we look fit and confident, and have a fantastic spirit in the camp.
"We've got good focus and I've seen my team get better every week for five weeks."
Sale made their early pressure tell when Dean Schofield, on the loop, drew defenders before releasing to Neil Briggs who found Fernandez Lobbe to touchdown.
Minutes later Cueto cleared to the 10-metre line and, with the ball bobbling towards touch, Wasps' academy replacement Chris Bishay jumped over it not realising David Doherty was bearing down on him.
Doherty collected and passed inside to Cueto, who ran in under the sticks before Walder notched Wasps' only points of the afternoon.
Richard Wigglesworth's pass then bounced off Joe Worsley allowing quick-thinking Hodgson to collect the ball and dart in under the posts.
Hodgson's penalty extended Sale's lead 10 minutes into the second half as they continued to dominate, forcing Wasps to commit men at breakdown.
And in the closing stages, with the Wasps defence stood still, Fernandez Lobbe took the quick penalty and scored his second try of the day, leaving Wasps head coach Shaun Edwards with no excuses.
"It was quite evident we were outplayed in every department by the form team in the Premiership," he said.
"The second try was a big turning point in the game, if you go 14 points behind there is no way back.
"We came up against the best team in England at the moment with all their experienced players out, but I didn't expect us to capitulate like we did.
"We expected to get a bonus point, but we didn't get anywhere near it. We've got a full week's training, plenty of time to rest and lick our wounds. We'll be ready for the next game."