Wazakura Sap Eraser for Bonsai Gardening Tools
Removes sap, rust and stain on the blades with ease, and extend your favorite tools lifetime!
Size: L 60 × W 20 × H 15 mm (L 2.36 × W 0.79 × H 0.59 inch)
Weight: 35g (1.23oz)
Material: Alumina Abrasive
Origin: Ibaraki prefecture (Japan)
Made in Japan
【Designed for Blade Maintenance of Various Tools】
The specially crafted sap and stain care sfort eraser is designed to safely and efficiently eliminate stubborn sap, rust, and stains that may gather on the blades of bonsai, ikebana, and gardening scissors. With its effective cleaning action, this eraser helps maintain the blades' cleanliness and ensures top-notch cutting performance, enabling you to achieve precise and clean cuts on your plants.
【Fine Grain Cleaning】
The fine grain sap and rust eraser offers superior cleaning, leaving blade surfaces noticeably smoother and less visible after use compared to the medium grain sap eraser (available separately). This fine grain eraser is ideal for smaller surfaces, ensuring precision cleaning. For larger tools, we recommend using both grades in tandem – start with the medium eraser to remove tough stains, and then use the fine eraser to eliminate any scratches left behind, resulting in immaculate tool maintenance.
For larger tools, we recommend using both grades in tandem – start with the medium eraser to remove tough stains, and then use the fine eraser to eliminate any scratches left behind, resulting in immaculate tool maintenance.
The sap eraser comes in a flexible and easily customizable form, allowing you to tailor it to fit the specific requirements of your tools. With a simple cutter knife, you can cut and resize the eraser, making it a perfect fit for your scissors.
【Easy to Use】Rub on blades to remove sap, rust, stains and scratches and clean afterwards with a dry cloth. Then apply a few drops of oil to protect your tools' blade.
【Video: Bonsai Tool Maintenance】
How do you clean your bonsai tools? Is there a correct way to sharpen them? Or any advice on how to generally proper take care of your bonsai tool kit?
If those questions have ever crossed your mind, you will enjoy this video, in which Wazakura Japan's resident bonsai artist Yusuke Ogawa explains and show the proper way to maintain and take care of your bonsai tools collection.
I was a little unsure this would work - but it does! Cleans better than using a lite oil to clean and forget anything harsher. Buy it and use regularly