A: Grinding wheel I think would be best route for sharpening but I've used a disc drinder with 80 grit to do minor sharpening, in a bind I've use a concrete slab although not recommended.
A: Yes, based on what you are using it for it may need to be sharpened, this can be done with a file or a wheel grinder
A: Yes if u need it sharpened then by all means sharpen it! I just keep switching it side to side to keep sharp!
A: If it needs resharpened it can be done with a file or a mild grinding wheel.
A: Yes, the tile counter had a concrete base and that was what I chisel out around a cast iron sink.
A: I bought it so I could knock down a strip of concrete. You may need to rent an electric jack hammer if the concrete is old.
A: Yes it does work for that, I had some concrete stone that I needed to make smaller, I didn't have to score it, I just placed it in the right spot gave the hammer a whack and it broke in just the right place.
A: No, this chisel is for softer materials such as wood. For your purposes you would want the Dasco Pro 2-1/4 in. x 7-1/2 in. Mason Chisel.
|Brand||Dasco Pro||Dasco Pro||Mayhew||Dasco Pro|
|Name||1-3/4 in. x 7-1/2 in. Mason Chisel||2.5 in. x 10 in. Floor Chisel||1 in. x 12 in. Guardian Handguard Chisel||Cold Chisel Kit (3-Piece)|
|Chisel Tip Style||Cutting||Tile||Flat||Beveled|
|Chisel Tip Width (In.)||1-3/4||2-1/2||3-1/4||3/4|
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