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#1 posted 07-20-2017 05:01 PM

Diamond is great for putting a final edge on a blade, but not so good for removing a lot of material. Diamond stones will get clogged with steel bits. When that happens, they stop cutting. Diamond grit is “non-friable”; that is the grit doesn’t wear down like ceramic grit does. When a diamond stone stops working, you have to wash it with soap and water to restore it to sharpening condition.


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