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    Hello from Brazil

    Hello Guys,


    I was looking for info about Zwilling Kramer knives and found this forum. As a knife afficionate, more than the info I was looking for I found lots and lots of interesting stuff with high level discussion.


    Thanks and hello

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    Welcome aboard! Two new Brazilian members in one day! You guys know each other?
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    Welcome welcome!
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    We do not know each other. I knew some knife knuts in Sao Paulo area, but I think he is not among them. Good oportunity here to meet brazilian interested in knives.

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    Welcome!
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    Hello!

    Nice to meet you! I'm from Brasilia. At which city do you sharpen your knives?

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    hi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcelo Amaral View Post
    Nice to meet you! I'm from Brasilia. At which city do you sharpen your knives?
    Hello Marcelo,


    I am in Sao Paulo area. I used to sharp my knives by myself. Normally with stones. If necessary, I use a #400 grit and then a #1200 grit stone. I don´t use the finer grit stones, like #6000 or #8000 to polish the edge.


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