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    Cleaning up my ceramic stones

    I found a supereasy way to clean up my ceramic stones the other day
    instead of tearing of the skinn on my fingers and rince water after about ten knives i took this rubber block i use to clean "wood grindingbelts"and dragged it back and fourth on the stone and i notised alot of grey mass was picked up and was easy to rince off

    they got a lot cleaner and was good as new very quick!


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    Senior Member ThEoRy's Avatar
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    Just use a diamond plate.
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    magic eraser? lol

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    I have done this as well it works good if i need to do much cleaning I have Flattened / cleaned up stones on my 2 X 72 KMG with Diamond belts < Grins> then I hand lap W/ Wet /Dry sandpaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    Just use a diamond plate.
    ^This!
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    I guess you lolturds dont get the great thing about this so i´ll try explane for you as well...

    a ceramic stone dont wear down and loose their shape that easy and using a diamond plate every time would wear down the stone much faster then necessary

    doing 1-20 knives at the same time it can get very clogged...

    only when the stone doesent cut well enough or needs to be flattened i go over it with a diamondplate
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    You need to flatten your stones frequently or they wont be flat and sharpen your knives correctly.
    I use my Atoma 140 to flatten all my stones (Bestons and Shapton Pro's) every time after Ive used it for sharpening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabaki View Post
    you lolturds
    We usually treat each other with respect around here. I'll not stoop to your level at this time. Continue with your poor etiquette however and I'll share my thoughts with you more freely.
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    I think it's a pretty smart idea when you only want to clean the clog from stone, not flatten it. Yet, I believe there won't be lots of people who at the same time would only want cleaning of stone (rather then flattening) and, at the same time, would also have an abrasive cleaning stick available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    We usually treat each other with respect around here. I'll not stoop to your level at this time. Continue with your poor etiquette however and I'll share my thoughts with you more freely.
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