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#1 posted 07-15-2013 01:53 AM

Also bill im sure the chosera stones are better but the 10000 grit stone is outrageously expensive. Ill just keep buying the 3m films if im going to put out that much money. Ive pretty much realized that if i keep thinking about this extensively ill make myself crazy. If i dont go with the superstones then ill go with shapton stones. Specifically 1000 and 8000 grits. I emailed joel at tools for working wood and he seemed to really recommend the superstones but hes about the only person ive seen say that so i may just get the shaptons. Wish i could make up my mind.

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