Four files in 1! This 4-in-1 Hand Rasp combines a fine and medium wood rasp and file in one tool! 8" long, curved on one side, flat on the other. 8" longCurved on one sideFlat on one sideFour...
- 8" long
- Curved on one side
- Flat on one side
- Four files in one
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Very practical wood rasp
I would use the product to shape wooden handles for some of my knives. The size of the rasp is perfect for shaping and contouring the slabs that will transform my bushcraft knives into more personal tools, with fine wood handles. Perfect for what I need.
I keep it hanging over our workbench & probably use this one more than all the other rasps put together. Good all around tool to have for home improvements.
Good quality, mislabeled
This rasp is really course and medium. I've owned mine for several years and it works well. I would never use it for any fine work. I use it primarily for carpentry rather than cabinetry. Like all rasps and files, you want to keep it away from other metal tools/items. You don't want it to get dinged.
Not worth it
The photos and description are not accurate. This does not have a 'fine' grit. It's coarse and medium. For the price, I guess, it's OK but I don't use it for my projects.