Attendees were given an opportunity to watch Haen work, and get a few of their favorite tools sharpened as well.
He gave invaluable advice on a small but select number of tools to use to care for garden tools. A diamond steel, a "dogbone" wrench, files and lubricants like WD40 or silicone spray.
|Paul Haen introducing attendees to his specialty.|
|Demonstrating the "dogbone" wrench.|
|Attendees waiting for their turn with the sharpener.|
|Haen showed attendees how to make a completely|
serviceable scabbard for a knife by using
cardboard, WD40 and duct tape.
The item just behind the spray cans is an
example he put together for the group.
|Working on a tool using a machine that came from|
Australia that he has used since he began his business.
|Necessary tools. Tape, a safety glove, a diamond steel|
and a "dogbone" wrench.