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onoitsmatt

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#1 posted 08-04-2017 02:49 PM

If money is a priority keep your current stones. As others have said, you can adhere sandpaper to a flat surface and flatten the stones on that. If you are digging into the stone when honing the bevel you can spend $15 on a cheap honing guide or apply pressure only on the pull and not on the push when honing. If you are new to sharpening, the honing guide may be a good bet.

-- Matt - Phoenix, AZ


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