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Dear Hoof-Care Professional,

Despite the many different ways to sharpen knives — stones, files, diamond hones, Dremel tools, and more — many farriers have a hard time with these methods because each removes too much steel and leaves scratches in the blade that inhibit smooth cutting.

To learn a new approach to sharpening your knives, download American Farriers Journals’ FREE Checklist, “Sharpening Knives with a Buffer.”

Sharpening knives with a buffer provides the smoothest finish with less resistance than other knife sharpening methods. This technique sharpens the knife without removing any steel and polishes the blade so it slips through the hoof with a minimum of resistance. 

Download this checklist and find 4 simple rules for sharpening your knives with a buffer that will save you time and effort and result in a longer lasting, better cutting knife

Download our FREE eGuide, “Sharpening Knives with a Buffer.”

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Yours for better hoof care,

Jeff Cota

Managing Editor

American Farriers Journal