Sharpening to 250-grit: Woodworking cutting edges that work

75 Views · Published on Fri, 28 June 2019 · Sharpening Tools

In this video Paul Sellers shows that you don't need to sharpen to 15,000+ grit on you planes, chisels and other woodworking tools. 250-grit works just fine for most of our woodwork. Paul addresses the myths and misinformation put forward, and challenges what we think about sharpening. 

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