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    If you don't have a burnishing tool, a smooth sharpening steel works reasonably well.

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    Lee Valley is a pleasure to deal with and their tool catalog is mind blowing. They and Lie Nielsen are my go to places for woodworking tools.

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    The shank of a drill bit works very well as a burnisher. I use a solid carbide rod that was used to align the parts of a mold for high pressure casting of precision parts.
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