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Carving tools #9: Sharpening on the go - small tin of what you need.

06-02-2016 11:54 PM by mafe | 13 comments »

Sharpening on the gosmall tin of what you need. I like to bring this small tin when I leave the workshop with sharp tools.More precise when I bring carving tools and a knifes on the go.It just joined me for a travel in Turkey and will again this summer. Yeps nothing fancy, just a a small mint tin. Here next to a Turkish pocket knife. Now open, you will be surprised how much a small tin can hold.What you see here are a flat and a round leather strap for honing. Finger protector (in lid), wax, honing compound, cloth, sharpening stone (two sided). Small files, iron saw piece, sharpening stone black and white one side round.Scrapers flat and round, sandpaper grid 120-2500, dril...

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