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    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

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    I picked up the used book The Complete Guide to Sharpening By Leonard Lee. I have looking at getting this book for awhile. Sharpening my tools is weakest I have.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

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    Old Thread Warning

    I picked up the used book The Complete Guide to Sharpening By Leonard Lee. I have looking at getting this book for awhile. Sharpening my tools is weakest I have.

    Congratulations Greg , I’m sure you will get some good information and techniques about sharpening from this book.

    #754298
    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

    Old Thread Warning

    I picked up the used book The Complete Guide to Sharpening By Leonard Lee. I have looking at getting this book for awhile. Sharpening my tools is weakest I have.

    Congratulations Greg , I’m sure you will get some good information and techniques about sharpening from this book.

    Thanks! I hope so! I am sure I will.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #754299
    JimDaddyO
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    Wawa, ON

    The Complete Guide to Sharpening By Leonard Lee.

    I have heard that one being recommended. Good purchase.

    Figure out a method and stick with it until you’re proficient at it. All you are basically doing is rubbing steel on something abraisive. A sharp tool is a wonderful thing to use.

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    #754312
    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

    GTokley wrote:
    The Complete Guide to Sharpening By Leonard Lee.

    I have heard that one being recommended. Good purchase.

    Thanks I heard too it was a good book. I have been wanting to buy it for awhile. The price of new was more then I wanted to pay. I think I save maybe $12 by buying it used. But it is in new condition.

    Figure out a method and stick with it until you’re proficient at it. All you are basically doing is rubbing steel on something abraisive. A sharp tool is a wonderful thing to use.

    Thanks for the advice. I really need to figure a method out and stick with it. I have struggled for awhile figuring out a method and have yet figure out a method. So my tools are not sharp. I really hope this book helps.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

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