cabinet scraper on fillets

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cabinet scraper on fillets

Postby DanaDCole on Tue Dec 23, 2014 12:22 pm

I have a couple fillets that are not as nice as I had hoped and have been slaving away with sandpaper on a dowel. They are coming along OK, but then I remembered the set of cabinet scrapers I purchased from CLC. The french-curve shape one is ideal for this purpose. I am extremely happy with the results and it goes pretty fast. I even decided to improve a bit on one that was nice but not quite up to par.

Try this, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised (but wear gloves--those things are sharp!).
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