WOOD Magazine Staff
These man-made whetstones offer a big advantage in sharpening tools—an abrasive surface that constantly renews itself as you work.
If you're looking for a few good stand-ins, you've come to the right place.
The poor man's mahogany.
Prized for its beauty, harvested for its durability.
The wood you could call "poor-man's ash".
The softwood that's not just for framing anymore.