Why choose the Darlac Coarse Grade Diamond Sharpener?
When the blades on your trusty Darlac tools start to show signs of wear and tear, there’s no need to buy a whole other tool, simply restore them to their former glory with the Darlac Coarse Grade Diamond Sharpener. With approximately 52 billion Diamond particles per square inch, our coarse grade sharpener for garden and workshop tools creates the ultimate edge and continues working even when the particles “smooth out”, exposing more sharpening edges to keep garden tools in like-new condition.
The Darlac Diamond Sharpener is for use on heavier steel such as hedging shears, lawnmower blades and axes, and for preparing very blunt tools before finishing off with the Darlac fine grade tool sharpener.
- Coarse grade tool sharpener
- For use on heavier steel blades such as hedging shears, lawnmower blades, and axes
- Features approx. 52 billion diamond particles per sq inch
- Create the ultimate cutting edge on garden tools
- Always sharpen with great care
Part of the wide range of garden tool maintenance products available to keep your Darlac tools performing at their best. For comprehensive care and garden pruner maintenance advice, check out the Darlac A Pruner for Life guide here.
How to sharpen bypass tools with a Darlac tool sharpener
- As the name suggests, the blade bypasses the fixed section and only the outside of the blade should be sharpened.
- Determine the original angle of grinding and imitate this angle as closely as possible.
- Using the whole abrasive area, move in a circular motion along the blade and back.
- Place the sharpener flat on the back of the blade and stroke only once, keeping the sharpener flat. This will remove any burr caused by sharpening.
How to sharpen anvil tools with a Darlac tool sharpener
Anvil tools have a blade which cuts onto an anvil and should be sharpened on both sides in a circular motion along the blade and back using the whole abrasive area.
How to sharpen garden shears with a Darlac Coarse Grade Diamond Sharpener
Shears are ground only on the outside of the blades. You must never sharpen the inside (flat side) of the blades. Follow the above instructions for sharpening bypass tools on both sides to sharpen garden shears.