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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveMartell View Post
    I know the shipping cost is nuts to send stuff down to you guys. I'm always shocked when I see the prices - crazy.
    on the bright side, that's only about $38 AU atm ;D

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    I got my kit about a week ago. It's nice not having to use my long thin strop anymore. I am in awe at how much this adds to the overall quality of my sharpening. This is probably some of the best money I have spent since I started free handing. We'll see how long it lasts when I take it on the road BBQing this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveMartell View Post
    BBQ sauce can be bad for the felt.
    Can't do more damage than I did my first night with the kit by dripping a bunch of water on it! Got it fixed with some help from Theory Shaved the little "bubbles" right off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Joe,

    Are you using the diamond spray on the felt, or are you using it dry?

    Rick
    I use the diamond spray on the leather and the felt is dry.

    Question for veteran stroppers. How often to load the spray on the leather?

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    I do 2-3 coats min when I first start with a new leather pad and then refresh when it feels like I'm spending more time than usual to get the results, you'll know when.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefjbs View Post
    I use the diamond spray on the leather and the felt is dry.
    Thanks!

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    Cool. Thanks Dave thats exactly what I did.

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    Just a heads up - after this load of kits are sold we're going to have to raise the price up a bit on these.

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    We've still got some of these in stock.

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