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    JKI Soap

    We stopped by a local boutique soap maker recently, picking up gifts for a friends birthday. While there, I found a soap that i thought would work amazingly well for getting all of the metal and stone residue off of my hands after sharpening. I tested it out for a bit and then contacted the company about the prospect of a custom soap (we made a couple of changes to improve its ability of get grime off of my hands). And so here are the first pictures of our NEW JKI SOAP. It is handmade with 100% natural ingredients locally. Gets your hands clean, good for your skin, and smells good too

    This is what i use now in the store to get all of the black off of my hands after sharpening.

    (The stone contains locally sources natural abrasives- pumice )

    Expect to see it on the site soon...





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    Cool

    Yes that black crap can be a pain in the butt to get off!! I'll be watching for it on your site.

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    That would have rocked at the sushi bar. Iwant some.

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    Jon do you happen to know the ingredients? That's a nice soap dock too!

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    I'll buy the soap if it includes the soap dock.

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    cool idea!

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    Is it a splash & go, or a permasoak?

    (cough) I hope you have some in the store for sale...

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    i can look and see what the soap holder cost... honestly dont remember. I think the soap will be about $7.50. And, Jim, i can get the ingredients for you later this evening if you would like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unkajonet View Post
    Is it a splash & go, or a permasoak?

    (cough) I hope you have some in the store for sale...
    haha... maybe 220 grit splash and go... it tends to get a soft feeling in the surface when permasoaked... kind of like the super stones

    i have them in store to try out and for sale... gonna try to get them on the website tomorrow

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