Flexcut PW11 (Gold) Polishing Compound
Flexcut PW11 (Gold) Polishing Compound
£11.66 (£9.72 Ex. VAT)

Flexcut PW11 (Gold) Polishing Compound

Code: 510075

  • Specially formulated abrasive compound
  • Applied to strop like a crayon
  • Imparts fine polish to tool edge
  • Very effective for sharpening all carving tools
£11.66 (£9.72 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Flexcut PW11 (Gold) Polishing Compound
  • Flexcut SlipStrop
  • Veritas Honing Compound
  • Japanese Carver
Total: £58.92
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A specially formulated abrasive compound which is applied to the strop like a crayon and imparts a fine polish to the edge of the tool. A very effective way of sharpening all carving tools, not just Flexcut.

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Anonymous

1 December 2009

Best compound for sharpening

I am always amazed after using this compound on carving tools and moulding planes blades.
After sharpening with stones this truly gives that extra edge that makes the difference in the finish you get from your tools.
I tried polising pastes, other polishing compounds but it is not the same.
Take a piece of wood, rub this on and pull your blade "backwards" a few times (better wood than MDf since MD can sometimes scratch).
Truly recommended...

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