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If you want to be less taxing on your arm and decrease your production time, here’s something that should be obvious to everybody. So as soon as you’ve taken your blade out of the package, go straight to your strop and sharpen it. These blades are razor sharp out of the package, so you wouldn’t think that you would sharpen it right away, but you can get them even sharper if you’d put it to the strop before using it on your leather.
You can still tell that it’s cutting a lot better than it was before and making it a lot easier on your forearms, and that means you can work longer and get more done.
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