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After years of trial and error, I found that the best way to keep my screw driver up to speed and ready to use any time is using a piece of perspex with 3 grades of 3m adhesive sand paper stuck to it and a bergeon 2461. It's quick and easy. I have a horotec sharpener as well, but this way is great. This is where I got it from 





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I have one of these rollers plus a large amount of abrasives and personally find it useless. If you can control your moves all you you need is a 2 strokes on $1 alluminum oxide strip to bring back to perfect shape a driver tip that has not been abused.

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