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Flexcut

Gold Polishing Compound

$12.99

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Flexcut® Gold Polishing Compound improves the cutting ability of your blades by reducing friction resulting from a surface that has honing scratches. Compound removes any traces of a wire edge that was not taken away by the sharpening stone. Designed to maintain a sharp edge and...

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Flexcut® Gold Polishing Compound improves the cutting ability of your blades by reducing friction resulting from a surface that has honing scratches. Compound removes any traces of a wire edge that was not taken away by the sharpening stone. Designed to maintain a sharp edge and formulated to apply like a crayon. Its blend of aluminum and titanium oxide provide a balance between aggressive removal of hardened tool steel and offering a high-color polish. Try the polishing compound on all your tools.

Features:

  • Designed for quickly maintaining a sharp edge
  • Applies like a crayon
  • Aluminum and titanium oxide blend

Specifications:

  • Size: 6 ounce bar

What's Included:

  • (1) Flexcut - Gold Polishing Compound - 6 Ounce Bar

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Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good stuff

    I really, really am impressed with this stropping compound. I use it with the Flexcut strop. This really makes the Flexcut strop work as well as it does. I know we all have our favorite brands of stropping compounds but this is my favorite. It works great with the Flexcut strop and keeps my chisels razor sharp when I am carving.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    A Gold Star for Flexcut Gold

    I'm a leather worker and need knives that are razor sharp. Flexcut delivers a quick polish that keeps me doing more cutting than stropping.

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