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    This is already at the new owner's house K. Sorry brotha!

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    Bummer. No worries. I'll just have to pick up some felt from you ;-). Been wanting to try a felt strop for a bit.

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    Just checked out the site. Didn't see any felt or strops. What gives :-/ ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Sure, it's pretty simple, just rub some Goop into the leather and then rub off the excess. Buff lengthwise to bring out the shine. This is also the same method for cleaning the leather when it gets black and dirty.

    You don't have to use Goop brand necessarily it's "waterless hand cleaner" that's needed here, but be sure to get a version that does NOT contain pumice. Many of the orange scented versions have pumice for some reason but read the label regardless, you don't want to rub in some 80x pumice into your strop.
    Dave, is this also how you would treat the leather strops you used to sell?

    k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Sure, it's pretty simple, just rub some Goop into the leather and then rub off the excess. Buff lengthwise to bring out the shine. This is also the same method for cleaning the leather when it gets black and dirty.

    You don't have to use Goop brand necessarily it's "waterless hand cleaner" that's needed here, but be sure to get a version that does NOT contain pumice. Many of the orange scented versions have pumice for some reason but read the label regardless, you don't want to rub in some 80x pumice into your strop.
    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Dave, is this also how you would treat the leather strops you used to sell?

    k.

    If you're talking about the textured leather then no , this is for smooth leather only.

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