Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Ok first off let me say I’m not super experienced sharpening yet but I’m getting progressively better. I’ve learned a few different techniques from people on here and it has really helped me out. So I’ve got the KO with the blade grinder and it’s actually a pretty cool little machine. I use it for my work knives ( pig slaughterhouse). At first I hated the blade grinder but I was also using it wrong. I didn’t have the right combination of pressure when I was reprofiling to a different angle. I was being too light. So I’ve been stopping at a 120 grit belt... being a little aggressive at first and then finishing with very light passes to weaken the burr. Then I also have the stropping kit from work sharp. My question is how to just knock that burr off with the stropping belt because I can’t get it all the way off with the 120... and I kind of want a little toothier edge. It’s better for what I do than a super fine edge. Do I need to raise the angle when using the cloth stropping belt? Or just keep the same angle? How much pressure should I use? Do I barely even touch the strop? Or put a little pressure on it? Any help would be awesome!!! Thank you!!!