Cork Strop W Monodiachrome 1 oz Monocrystalline Diamond & Chromium Oxide Fine Deburring Compound
Cork Strop W Monodiachrome 1 oz Monocrystalline Diamond & Chromium Oxide Fine Deburring Compound
Cork Strop W Monodiachrome 1 oz Monocrystalline Diamond & Chromium Oxide Fine Deburring Compound
Cork Strop W Monodiachrome 1 oz Monocrystalline Diamond & Chromium Oxide Fine Deburring Compound

Cork Strop W Monodiachrome 1 oz Monocrystalline Diamond & Chromium Oxide Fine Deburring Compound

$32.00

Rubberized cork strop for use with polishing compounds. 14" x 3" long and 1/4” thick charged with Monodiachome for deburring excessively wear resistant steel.

Monodiachrome* is a abrasive rich 2 to .25 micron monocrystalline diamond blend and 2.75 to .15 micron Japanese chromium oxide in a water based biodegradable paste that is ideal for deburring excessively wear resistant ‘super steels’. With approx 12 carats per oz this is the most abrasive heavy diamond compound on the market we have found. The diamond in Monodiachrome has a much more aggressive cutting ability than chromium oxide on it’s own, yet still creates fine polished edges with the presence of chromium oxide.

This compound quickly deburrs and polishes excessively wear resistant steel ground with a coarse or finer finish. Quite often these ‘super steels’ benefit from a coarse finish for longer edge life and this compound is ideal for that but is also capable of deburring finer finishes without rounding or making a ‘washed out’ cutting feel. On fine finishes it is possible to see some scratches being that diamond cuts deeply so it is not suitable for creating fussy fine finishes.

Since this strop is rubberized, it can be cleaned with soap and water if it accidentally gets greasy in a kitchen or to remove unwanted or spent abrasive. We have been using these strops for over 10 years and find they typically last us at least 5 years in our busy sharpening workshop stropping at least 50 knives daily each. 

When used with paste compounds, let the compound fully dry before stropping. A small amount should be spread thinly over the strop and cover most of the strop face; re-apply a smaller amount over spent abrasive, a little goes a long way!

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