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Don Butler

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#1 posted 10-29-2012 01:21 PM

Unless a carbide blade is damaged I believe it is wise and frugal to have it sharpened. If it was a good blade when new it will likely be about as good when freshly sharpened.
I have a variety of blades, and when one is beginning to dull I change it and when I have two blades dull I get them sharpened.
I’m fortunate that we have a reasonable but very professional industrial sharpening company only about 30 minutes away. Their work is good and they plastic coat the teeth after they finish their work.

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