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Applying Chromium Oxide to a Leather Strop

Discussion in 'Sharpening forum' started by Dave Martell, Oct 9, 2017.

  1. Dave Martell

    Dave Martell Professional Craftsman Founding Member

    Here's a question that's asked often; "How do I apply chromium oxide powder to a leather strop?"

    Follow along for the answer....



    1. Sprinkle some powder onto the leather strop. You don't need much!

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    2. Spread the powder all over the surface of the leather strop.

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    3. Rub the powder into the leather's surface until there is little residual powder being removed.

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    4. The leather's surface should look like this when finished.

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