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Strawberry Orange Banana Lime Leaf Slate Sky Blueberry Grape Watermelon Chocolate Marble

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6 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Pferd looks interesting, Stick. Unfortunately, they are unable to provide distributor locations.  

 

https://www.pferdusa.com/locate/slmsearch.asp

or

CALL PFERD TOLL-FREE (American based call center)
US: (800) 342-9015 - CANADA: (866) 245-1555

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I use my three Stanley scrapers instead of a lot of sandpaper when I can. 

Edited by oldwoodie
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I have a drawer full of scrapers in most every shape but it is hard to use that on a turning. Some do but I tried and it did not float my boat

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For scraping a surface...I have usually just used a piece  of glass, with a freshly cut edge.    Have been known to cut a profile into the glass, to scrape  routed profiles.  

About any scrap piece of glass will do.   As long as the edge is freshly cut.    Sharpening?   Just cut and snap a new edge. Price?  Just go to your local Glass Shop, and ask about their scrap bins....usually you can haul a few pieces home...for free.  Beats waiting around for the next window to break ...BTDT.

Edited by steven newman

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I came across this video. It compares; sanding, scraping, and planing.

 

 

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