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Unread 05-11-2021, 05:03 AM   #6
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What Bubba said. Make sure you're getting good water flow on both sides of the blade. Sometimes the hose on one side will get partially blocked causing that side of the blade to wear more.

Also, some blades are made thinner and more flimsy than others. I've seen that problem with thin blades.

They make sharpening stones for blades. I've always used a yellow fire brick for this. The type that mason's use for the firebox of a fireplace. 4 or 5 rips thru the brick usually helps expose new diamonds.

You say you have a P-4, what brand is that?
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