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    alright guys... i just asked about the wood soap dishes (like in the pictures)... i'll have 10 on friday. They should be about $6.50.

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    i could use some of that soap, right now, after repairing a nasty chip and thinning out one my knives i look like i've been working in a coal mine.

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    Not that this is not a cool product, but I am a little surprised at the response this soap has gotten. Trip to Bath and Body works anyone? j/k it probably has more to do with Jon and Sara's kick A service than anything else. (and I will probably buy some)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    Not that this is not a cool product, but I am a little surprised at the response this soap has gotten. Trip to Bath and Body works anyone? j/k it probably has more to do with Jon and Sara's kick A service than anything else. (and I will probably buy some)
    if Jon says it cleans knife crap well and doesn't stink a bunch, then it's a million times better than anything Bath and Body Works sells.

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    This is a cool idea, but if you guys think the black from sharpening is bad, the black from hand sanding is 10x worse. I sometimes have to scrub for half an hour to get it all off(doing dishes for a couple of hours works too)
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    "Build a man a fire and he will be warm for a day, set a man on fire and he will be warm for the rest of his life"

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    I'll have to try this stuff. I can't say I have tons of trouble getting rid of the swarf...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    I can't say I have tons of trouble getting rid of the swarf...
    Heh. Yeah, I'm not sure this is gonna be more effective than, you know, the rough side of a Scotch-Brite sponge, but I'll still probably buy some just to buy some.

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    Jon, you sure need some logo or JKI initials stamped into the soap...

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