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Mark Shymanski

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#1 posted 920 days ago

I’d say try the water stones. I’ve used sand paper, oilstones and water stones. They all seem to work equally well. The only one I did’t like was the oilstones; mainly because I felt I never quite got the oil off of my hands before I went back to the wood.

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