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#1 posted 05-08-2013 01:19 PM

I would go for waterstones. Water can be inconvenient but with Shapton is it more a splash stone. I have
quite a few stones from Shapton but it is worth it. With work sharp the cost of sandpaper would add
up quickly. I started with sandpaper first but moved on to waterstone b’cos changing them took too much time
and did not last long.

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