Felt Group Buy??

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  1. Jul 3, 2018 #91

    slobound

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    Count me in for the next round.
     
  2. Jul 6, 2018 #92

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    I love this stuff Dave :bigdamnteddybearholdsgiantheartandaballoon:
    Wicked pissah!
     
  3. Jul 6, 2018 #93

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  4. Jul 21, 2018 #94

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    Hey Dave, long time no see. Please count me in on thenext felt buy.
    Thanks,
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  5. Jul 21, 2018 #95

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    Hi Jan, will do!
     
  6. Oct 18, 2018 #96

    Dave Martell

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    Hey folks, I just got the word that it's time again for felt to be available. :cool:


    Here's the details....


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    Features
    : ULTRA-Rock Hard Felt De-Burring Pad


    Our ULTRA-Rock Hard Felt Deburring Pad is designed to give the ultimate in burr removal specifically to Japanese knives when used in conjunction with our Hard Felt DeBurring Block.

    This pad is to be used after each and every sharpening stone you employ!

    The proper use would be to strop the knife's edge at a slightly increased angle (maybe 1-2 degrees higher of an angle than what you're sharpening at) while using strong downward pressure. This action, along with the natural properties of this ULTRA-Rock Hard Felt Pad will draw the burrs away from and off of the cutting edge.

    Used along with our Rock Hard Felt Block you will be able to remove even the toughest most stubborn burrs in no time at all leaving a crisp clean edge behind.

    The steps to success in using our felt deburring system would be:

    1. Slice into the Rock Hard Felt Block
    2. Strop on the ULTRA-Rock Hard Felt Pad (both sides of the knife)
    3. Slice into the Rock Hard Felt Block
    4. Strop on the ULTRA-Rock Hard Felt Pad (both sides of the knife)

    I've tested and used many types of hard felt in the past and I can tell you that none compare to our ULTRA-Rock Hard version in regards to deburring, draw, and wear. This is a premium hard to find natural wool product imported from India. In searching I can not find an equal.

    This pad can be charged (loaded) with diamond spray to use as a final finish strop. Used in this manner the pad will provide crisp clean bitey edges. This is the perfect replacement for stropping on leather. Can also be charged with chromium oxide powder. Click HERE to see a trick to applying chromium oxide to felt pads.

    Our ULTRA-Rock Hard Felt Pad will not roll or dub a knife's edge due to it's heavily compacted surface, there's just simply no give at all in this pad. Use with confidence!

    Sizes - 11" x 3" x 1/8"

    *Please note - Some imperfections or variations may appear in the surface of pad. This is normal and perfectly OK as this is a natural material.


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    Features: Hard Felt De-Burring Block

    Our Hard Felt Deburring Block is designed to give the ultimate in burr removal specifically to Japanese knives when used in conjunction with our ULTRA-Rock Hard Felt DeBurring Pad.

    This block is to be used after each and every sharpening stone you employ!

    The proper use would be to slice into a corner of the block and run the knife's edge through from heal to tip. This action will allow the felt to draw burrs away and off of the cutting edge. Used along with our ULTRA-Rock Hard Felt Pad you will be able to remove even the toughest most stubborn burrs in no time at all leaving a crisp clean edge behind.

    This is a premium hard to find natural wool product imported from India.

    This simple felt block has become one of, if not the most, significant advancements in deburring Japanese knives that I've experienced since I began sharpening them. I couldn't imagine sharpening without one.


    *Please note - Some imperfections or variations may appear in the surface of pad. This is normal and perfectly OK as this is a natural material.
     
  7. Oct 18, 2018 #97

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    Ultra-Rock Hard Felt Pad - $17

    Rock Hard Felt Deburring Block - $11




    Shipping

    To be billed later when items are ready to ship and weighed.

    USPS Priority Shipping will be the only option available
     
  8. Oct 18, 2018 #98

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    Please PM me with your orders - include your Paypal email address for (pre-payment) billing.

    Shipping costs will be billed when the order are ready to go.

    Thanks folks! :)
     
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  9. Oct 18, 2018 #99

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    I've PM'd everyone who I have a note on missing out on the last group buy.

    Thanks to everyone who have already put in their orders!
     
  10. Oct 18, 2018 #100

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    Thanks for organizing, Dave!
     
  11. Oct 18, 2018 #101

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  12. Oct 23, 2018 #102

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    I'm going to place the order on Friday morning so you've got until this Thursday to get your orders in.

    The turnout has been great for this, thanks everyone! :)
     
  13. Oct 25, 2018 #103

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    Today is the last day to place your order for this group buy.

    Thanks to everyone who participated :cool:
     
  14. Oct 26, 2018 #104

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    Please add me to the next round.

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  15. Oct 27, 2018 #105

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    Hey Dave, when should we actually pay the PayPal invoice? Want to make sure I dont drop the ball :)
     
  16. Oct 27, 2018 #106

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    I just sent you a PM
     
  17. Oct 28, 2018 #107

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    Wow I missed it....

    Please add me in next group buy.

    Thank you for doing this Dave!
    Mike
     
  18. Oct 31, 2018 #108

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    The felt is on the move, should be here by the end of this week. I'll post when I've received it and updates on shipping, etc, as I can.
     
  19. Nov 1, 2018 #109

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    I want in on the next one too, missed this last one. Great stuff Dave!
     
  20. Nov 8, 2018 at 7:42 PM #110

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    The felt has landed! :)

    In the next few days I'll start processing the orders and sending out invoices for shipping costs.

    Talk to you soon!

    Dave
     
  21. Nov 9, 2018 at 9:59 AM #111

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    Thanks Dave.
     
  22. Nov 11, 2018 at 11:22 PM #112

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    I guess I missed out. :(:(:(
     
  23. Nov 12, 2018 at 12:07 AM #113

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    Matt! Good to see that you're still coming round.

    I might have some extra felts but I've got a list of people waiting that will likely take what's left over.
     
  24. Nov 12, 2018 at 6:50 PM #114

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    Dave,
    Somehow I missed this whole thread. I am having trouble removing the burr from S35VN. Will these do the job? If so, put me down for 2 each in the next order.
    Tim
     

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