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Two New Work Sharp Wheels Essex Junction VT

With the Surface Conditioning Wheel (MSRP $24.95) users can de-burr parts, remove rust, paint, and other various coatings along with light sanding and surface preparation tasks on their Work Sharp.

The Home Depot
(802)872-0039
759 Harvest Lane
Williston, VT
Hours
Mon-Sat: 6:00am-10:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-8:00pm

Lowe's of Essex
802-662-9131
10 Sussie Wilson Rd Essex Junction, VT, 05452
Essex Junction, VT
 
Bibens Ace-Essex
(802) 879-0249
15 Essex Way, Essex Shoppes & Cinema
Essex Junction, VT
 
Harvey Industries/Williston
(802) 660-8111
71 Leroy Road Williston, VT, 05495
Williston, VT
 
Lowe's of South Burlington, VT
802-318-9052
189 Hannaford Drive South Burlington, VT, 05403
South Burlington, VT
 
Lowe's
(802) 662-9131
10 Susie Wilson Road
Essex Junction, VT
Hours
M-SA 6 am - 10 pm
SU 8 am - 7 pm

Essex Equipment
(802) 879-0767
26 Kellogg Road
Essex Junction, VT
 
Harvey Industries/White River Jct
(802) 295-3700
1354 North Heartland Rd White River Jct, VT, 05495
White River Jct, VT
 
Russell Supply
(802) 863-1177
9 Gregory Drive South Burlington, VT, 05407
South Burlington, VT
 
Jerihill Home Center
(802) 899-1277
249 Vt Route 15
Jericho, VT
 

Two New Work Sharp Wheels

Tool News - Two New Work Sharp Wheels

Professional Tool Manufacturing has released two new wheels for the popular Work Sharp sharpener. With the addition of these wheels, the Work Sharp dry sharpener provides a more complete sharpening system compared to a typical bench grinder. With the Surface Conditioning Wheel (MSRP $24.95) users can de-burr parts, remove rust, paint, and other various coatings along with light sanding and surface preparation tasks on their Work Sharp. For those who want to create a mirror finish on almost any material, or perform some light de-burring, or honing tools to a precision edge, the new Felt Polishing Wheel (MSRP $29.95) will be a great addition to their Work Sharp. Both wheels can be flipped over for additional surface area to work with.




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