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    I absolutely love my JNS 800... and this is my sweet spot as far as grit rating.

    Have you tried permasoaking it Maxim & if so, how does it hold up? In the video it looks a lot less thirsty than the 800 but I am curious if it would be okay to soak.

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    It is made like 800, so soaking will not be a problem at all

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    Maxim: However, the JNS 800, though made like the JNS red, should be soaked, right? The 800 is a soaker but the red is splash-n-go that can be soaked. Correct?

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    Maxim - you didn't say, and so I think the answer is no, but does the new JNS red contain any natural stone material in it?

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    No it will make no sense to add Natural material in to the synthetic stone as it will act like synthetic anyway.
    Please read my guide about it here http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com...s-and-hardnes/
    That will explain why

    Quote Originally Posted by Asteger View Post
    Maxim - you didn't say, and so I think the answer is no, but does the new JNS red contain any natural stone material in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxim View Post
    one more vid 3 stone setup

    Now that would be awesome stone setup indeed. I hope you will have those 800 and red Aoto stones still available when I will need new stones in some 2-3 years

    BTW - that Shigefusa Mukimono looks amazing. What other tasks could in be used for than the mukimono itself?

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