Neat little thing to have around if you don’t drink wine and save the corks. Removes the burr with ease and since a lot more wine companies are going with synthetic cork now a days (which are to solid for me) nice little alternative.
Works great! Really good deal.
By: Michael Lenahan
Great buy,very pleased with product.
best for removing burr after sharpening. Also great for polishing surfaces to mirror like shine.
By: Alex Haben
Handy little tool for deburring.
I haven’t seen any reason to have this. Maybe for very small burrs on softer steel blades. On harder steel blades with s significant burr I see no change after using it. For the price it’s worth a try though. Some like it. I’d suggest getting better at removing a burr with the stone you are already using.
By: Jonathan Datlag
pretty nifty little item and it works. A great buy!
Let me cut it short. I was sceptical at first,but it works and it works better than a cork; especially when it is loaded with 1 Micron Baron Carbide Paste. You can cut into edges to de-burr,or as I figured out you can also de-burr hard-to-go wire edges by rubbing it to your edge with 10-15 degrees angle and do it in sections. Just imagine you are polishing your shoes with a pad. It is that sort of a motion I am talking about.
By: Allen B.
This Hard Felt Deburring Block is excellent,not only for the intended use but also for polishing the blade.Cork is also good for deburring but not easy to find. I would highly recomend this item from Chefknivestogo. Mark and Sue are very nice and helpful and their shipping is FASSSSST.
When I got this block a year or so ago I didnít think it was of much use. I was trying to use it on large burrs that are easily removed with the stones. Where this item truely shines Iíve now found is for very small burrs when the edge is very sharp and a burr may be more difficult to detect. Now that I know how to use this tool I feel it is an essential tool for any sharpening setup.