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Sharpen your tools for greater efficiency

publication date: Apr 1, 2010
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sharpening toolThe difference between a dull tool and a sharp tool affects the speed and energy required to do a job as well as the quality of the final product. When harvesting, we make hundreds, if not thousands, of cuts a day with knives. Weeding, we drag hoes through miles of soil. Making those actions even a fraction easier, faster, and more effective adds up fast. Sharpening is something that is very easy to learn the basics of, but can take a little practice to get really good at.

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