Sharpening Curved and Gooseneck Scrapers

Curved scrapers are very versatile.  They allow you to form or clean up moldings and edge profiles.  Sharpening them may seen daunting but once you can sharpen a straight card scraper, you can sharpen any curved scraper – the process is the same.

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