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Re: Sharpest knife you have?

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02-25-2013 12:28:04

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Hello old,

You are right, i rather get cut with a sharp knife then a dull one.
Here is what i use for my knives.
The wet stone is about 12" long, and sits inside a piece of cherry that I routed out. This makes the stone stationary.Legs and non slipp material finished the tool. Also I have a set of ceramic rods which I use after the stone.
It works for me.........................

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02-25-2013 13:33:32

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 Re: Sharpest knife you have? in reply to GUIDO, 02-25-2013 12:28:04  
I have probably close to 10 wet stones. Most I picked up used for here and there and some are so old they are sway backed as in have been used so much they have a half moon look to them

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02-25-2013 14:37:49

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 Re: Sharpest knife you have? in reply to old, 02-25-2013 13:33:32  
Hello old,
Got some of them too, brokem in pieces and dips and vallies.

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02-25-2013 15:10:12

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 Re: Sharpest knife you have? in reply to GUIDO, 02-25-2013 14:37:49  
One thing I have to tell many people is to keep there fingers off the blade when I sharpen a knife. Many like to run there fingers across the blade to check them and I then in turn say give it back to me so I can not fix what you just messed up. When I do that they just like at me and say what. Learned years ago your finger tips have enough acid etc in them to take the edge off the blade the moment you touch it. But then I was taught to sharpen knifes by the son of a guy who did the scalpels used in hospitals years ago

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