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#1 posted 12-27-2017 12:43 AM

Unless your blades are badly nicked, your best option is a jig like the one Rich is posting and either, sandpaper (220, 360, 400 and 600) or water stones, you will save a lot of money, buying new blades or getting them sharpened by a pro gets expensive over time and it is really a simple procedure.


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