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#1 posted 11-20-2016 09:41 PM

Also, I wanted to add that I leave a trickle of water running over the stone as I sharpen. I heard this was a good tactic, but now I’m wondering if it doesn’t let the slurry build up on the stone necessary to do the sharpening work. Still don’t know how “wet” the stone should be during sharpening.

Thanks guys.


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