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coloradoclimber

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#1 posted 2639 days ago

I’ve used oil stones and the scary sharp, never water stones. Now I’m using the DMT diamond stones and I really like those a lot. They seem to work well for me to get my tools sharp and I really like the ease of clean up. Water instead of oil. Rinse the stones when done, pat most of the water off, let them air dry, then put them away.

1 – I seem to be able to get my tools sharp, shave the arm hair and all that
2 – they are easy to store, use, and clean up, no oil or water baths


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