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Loren

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#1 posted 743 days ago

I dunno. Waterstones cut pretty fast. I got my stuff many years ago
before the diamond stones were perfected. My diamond stones
are older and they cut slower now than they did when new.

I can’t comment on the current generation of diamond stones vs.
waterstones.

In terms of what type stones you use before the polishing stone,
no, or at least not much.

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