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Tandy Leather Leather Strop w/Wood Handle 3325-00
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Regularly stropping your swivel knife blades and cutting knives will ensure you maintain the sharpest edge for the best performance of your investment. The strop is easy-to-use and helps align the micro-edge of any blade. The strop is 10-3/4" with a 5-1/2" x 1-5/8" leather strop on both sides. One side is the grain side (smooth) and the other side is the flesh side (rough). With the application of Jeweler's Rouge, the rough side will provide more abrasion than the smooth side.
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You are better served with the field-expedient cardboard back of a legal pad.
The flat base allows for keeping a consistent angle when you haven't got the feel of using a hanging strop.
Had good use of it with a cheap set of chisels that need constant sharpening, as well as on some pocket knives I am refurbishing. However, the leather isn't long enough or high enough grade to be of use to me for maintaining a good edge on my shaving razors.
I suppose the leather is a little thin, but I don't think that will matter much. On the smooth leather side there are a few small imperfections, like little round dents, in one end. They don't look like they'll cause any problems.
The wood is a little thicker than I expected and it has no finish; kind of glad for this. I decided to only lightly sand the wood rather than finish it, because the handle section has rounded side edges and I can use those to strop my hook knives, as well as the flat wood as extra stropping surfaces. I use a very small amount of a certain cream-like, metal polish in light, diagonal streaks as a compound, and I will need to make a plastic sleeve to keep that compound from getting on things in my pack; the plastic it came in will work for now.
Great product from a producer of fine leather products.