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Thread: Cleaning up my ceramic stones

  1. #11
    Senior Member Birnando's Avatar
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    Apr 2012
    Oslo, Norway
    A diamond plate is my preferred weapon of choice.
    Depending on the stone needing cleaning, I'll use anything from a 140Grit to a 1200.
    Atoma or DMT are good choices. IMO

  2. #12
    New Member
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    May 2014
    Eastern Wisconsin

    Yup... Erasers do work.

    When I bought my first Spyderco Sharpmaker from a state fair booth about 30 years ago (?), I was shown that scrubbing with Comet and a little water would remove most of the accumulated swarf (is that a correct term in this case?) from the ceramic sticks. I was also told that hard erasers - back then we called them ink erasers - would also work. Not as good as scrubbing with Comet, but it works.

    Lately, I've been using the "Super Eraser" available online from Wicked Edge. I also have one of the rubber bars as shown above. I'll have to give it a try.

    Amazon has the Lansky version at

    Wicked Edge sells theirs a little less expensive at

    I can't tell from the ads if one is bigger than the other.

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