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Card scrapers are ideal for lightly cleaning up areas of torn or gnarly wood that no other tool can deal with, but sharpening it is a task that frustrates even experienced woodworkers. Watch as Berea, Kentucky, chairmaker and teacher Brian Boggs demonstrates the proper method for keeping a card scraper in perfect working order.
In a separate video, Boggs also demonstrates the best techniques for using a card scraper.
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