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#1 posted 935 days ago

hello ,Unisaw ,

i too use water stones 800,1200,6000 , as far as” needing to be soaked ” i believe it has to do with the veracious appetite for water when they are dry ,as you know if you take them out of the H2o before they are full they just dry out on the surface (please don’t take that wrong i know your aware of that ….)
i keep mine in H2o constantly , mainly for convenience, this allows me to only hit it with a spritz as i’m using it which is normal {mind you old man winter tagged me for a 6000 last year i forgot and a cold snap froze and busted it } so id recommend this only for spring to fall , unless you heat round the clock …..

for what its worth (not that much i assure you ).....[(;{>

-- "when you think youre going to slow, slow down just a little bit more" .... Pop's


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