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Two Cherries - Triangle Burnisher

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63583

A burnisher is a must have tool for that the final step in preparing your scraper. The blade is properly hardened to give your scrapers the needed burr it will need to do its job. With the comfortable wooden handle the tool has an overall length of approximately 9-1/2". Since a cabinet scraper is an essential tool for giving your work the best finish a burnisher is required for your scrapers to function optimally.

  • Triangle Blade
  • Proper hardness to burnish scraper
  • Ships directly from the manufacturer
  • Must be shipped within 48 contiguous United States
  • Estimated Delivery time: 7-14 Days
  • please call customer service before returning product
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Manufacturer Part Number 5205085
Weight 0.5000
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WARNING: Drilling sawing sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.
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Round, oval, or triangle... which burnisher do I need? I'm using the set of 3 scrapers.
DJ Wood Butcher on Dec 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: First thing you'll need is a "Mill Smooth" file, to shape and refresh the edges of your scrapers. Many woodworkers follow up with fine honing stones to refine and polish the edge of the scraper, but I never found any benefit to doing this that would justify the extra time and mess. Last thing for sharpening your scrapers is to burnish the edge, which polishes the edge and forms the hook, or burr, which does most of the actual cutting. A round burnisher can be used on any shape scraper, but the oval shape has a tighter curve on one side of the oval that works better on the tight inside curve of that goofy-shaped gooseneck scraper. The triangle burnisher has such a tight curve on the points of the triangle that I use mine with "firm fingertip pressure" only: any more pressure and you're grinding both burnisher and scraper into oblivion.

For most scraper users, I generally recommend the round burnisher: it's more forgiving. The oval is a better option if you expect to actually use the curved scraper(s) on a regular basis. The triangle is a bit more of a "high performance" tool which won't require you to hold your scraper in a vise to sharpen it, but you've got to be a bit cautious with how much pressure you use or you could wreck it.