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AlaskaGuy

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#1 posted 07-22-2017 04:46 PM


are you use diamond brand sharpening stones or diamond plate with real diamonds. I read an article a man wrote, he had a high quality diamond plate for a long time and it wouldn t do the job. so he bought another. He heard about lubricating with water. He tried it and it worked, he went back to his 17 year old stone and now it works better than ever. Moral before you use a diamond plate wet it a little it will keep it from clogging and wash it off occasionally. My sharpening suck but with a little water the stones do their job, Just my 2 cents

- Karda

I’m not using any diamond stones/plates at this time. I am considering it and just doing my research. Paul Seller who wrote the article I posted the excerpt from has a video. In that video he shows spiriting water on the plates every now and them.

Every thing I have read say the Eze-Lap is an excellent product.
Video here:
https://youtu.be/a6ykVzL2VAM

-- Alaskan's for Global warming!


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