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#1 posted 12-09-2012 05:49 PM

There ae stones for oil. Been around for a long time. There is a whole process that should be adheard to with the water stones. You can check out you tube or Liam Neilson has put out a book on sharpening. I’d suggest getting as much information as possible before using the stones. ???? I finally figured out the safest cutting tool is a sharp one. LOL! Hope you take less time than me to figure it out.. :-)

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