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Microplane Handled Rasps
Microplane Handled Rasps
£16.16 - £23.17 (£13.47 - £19.31 Ex. VAT)

Microplane Handled Rasps

  • Cuts - doesn't scrape or tear
  • Blade made from 400 series stainless steel with plastic handle
  • Use as an alternative to coarse sandpaper
  • Shape with precision and control
  • Two sizes available, 86mm (3.3/8") or 203mm (8") length
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£16.16 - £23.17 (£13.47 - £19.31 Ex. VAT)

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If all tools were graded by their usefulness and longevity then Microplanes would be high on the list. Manufactured in the USA from high grade stainless steel, the unique Microplane manufacturing process creates hundreds of extremely sharp teeth for fast, smooth, effortless cutting. Durable, non-clogging and rustproof. Use to shape a wide variety of materials - wood, plastics, rubber, body filler, etc, etc. They can even be used to produce barley twists. Microplanes leave a good finish, requiring only a light sanding to further refine the surface.

Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

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Bob Cresswell

5 February 2012

Ouch

Do take care when using these exceptionally sharp tools. The top edges are just as sharp as the cutting surface so if (like me) you use it like a traditional file and guide the blade with your free hand then use good gloves - I didnt and got a nice deep cut.

Superb tool for fine woodwork and carving but treat with respect. As my carving tutor said about sharp tools "always remember these tools are not designed to cut, they are designed to cut off" - stay safe.
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Ralf Osowicz

27 September 2010

microplane handled rasps

Its so nice in this day and age to use something that really does what it says on the tin.100% satisfied

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