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  1. Goo Gone works well on sticker residue, and...

    Goo Gone works well on sticker residue, and doesn't evaporate as quickly as acetone or nail polish remover (which is acetone based).
  2. Victorinox, but the 10" length (same price): ...

    Victorinox, but the 10" length (same price):

    http://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-47521-10-Inch-Fibrox-Handle/dp/B0000CF8YO
  3. I've had this KitchenAid for over a year and am...

    I've had this KitchenAid for over a year and am well pleased by it.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005MMNB6G
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    Welcome to KKF!

    Welcome to KKF!
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    Search for "Devin Thomas ITK 270 Gyuto" Forum...

    Search for "Devin Thomas ITK 270 Gyuto"

    Forum rules preclude posting a link to a live auction.
  6. Setting a new bevel.

    Setting a new bevel.
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    The KitchenAid ProLine is great for both...

    The KitchenAid ProLine is great for both Aeropress and Chemex. I've used mine daily for over six years and it's still going strong.
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    Congratulations, Tom!

    Congratulations, Tom!
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    Good to hear that. How do you like the knife?

    Good to hear that. How do you like the knife?
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    Sayas for knives like Heiji and Shigefusa are...

    Sayas for knives like Heiji and Shigefusa are tight in one spot - the emoto (neck) right before the ferrule. There is little contact of the blade inside the cavity, therefore no scratching. Heiji's...
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    I suggest that you just let it be, and not sand...

    I suggest that you just let it be, and not sand it at all. It is a friction fit saya, and will loosen up in time. Removing material when it is new will result in a sloppy fit down the line.
  12. Thread: Hello

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    Welcome to KKF!

    Welcome to KKF!
  13. If that doesn't work, try bourbon and soda until...

    If that doesn't work, try bourbon and soda until the stain doesn't bother you anymore.
  14. These stones have become my go to for most all of...

    These stones have become my go to for most all of my sharpening that doesn't require thinning or creating a kasumi finish. They don't require thinning, and a quick spray of water is all that's...
  15. Thread: Deba?

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    I should have made it clear that the book is back...

    I should have made it clear that the book is back in print now. The $100+ price was from a couple of years back when it was out of print. Sorry for your confusion.
  16. Thread: Deba?

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    The book is well worth the price. It went out of...

    The book is well worth the price. It went out of print a couple of years ago, and used copies were selling for $100+.
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    Here's a thread from a couple of years ago about...

    Here's a thread from a couple of years ago about this:

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/showthread.php/8188-Erasing-the-patina
  18. This question piqued my curiosity, so I timed...

    This question piqued my curiosity, so I timed myself this evening. Total time, from deciding to sharpen a 240 Kochi to putting away the sharpening equipment was just under ten minutes. The stones...
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    Perhaps there is a large degree of variability...

    Perhaps there is a large degree of variability among the different production runs of the CarboNEXT as there has been with the Hiromoto AS?
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    Your supposition is incorrect. The Miyabi...

    Your supposition is incorrect. The Miyabi Birchwoods are nicely thin behind the edge, at least those I have handled.
  21. No, that is the knife's geometry - the term is...

    No, that is the knife's geometry - the term is often misused, especially on other forums.

    Profile, as used in this forum, is when you look at the knife from the side, like this:
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  22. Good to hear you're okay. Infections are getting...

    Good to hear you're okay. Infections are getting nastier and harder to treat. Take care.
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    IIRC, trailing strokes are preferred. And I think...

    IIRC, trailing strokes are preferred. And I think you meant to say "stropping", not "honing".
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    My experience with the US made Richmond knives...

    My experience with the US made Richmond knives supports Dave's assessment - "fat", require a lot of work, and have fit and finish issues commensurate with their price point.

    Those that are made...
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    I've owned and used both. The CarboNEXT lacks the...

    I've owned and used both. The CarboNEXT lacks the refinement in fit and finish that the Kikuichi TKC does, in that the spine and choil areas are sharp edged, but a bit of work will take care of that....
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