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    Worst. Night. Ever.

    Ok so I'm really pissed about this. Just had the shittyiest shift ever. Everything that could go wrong did. On top of everything one of my guys who knows better was at a carving station just destroying my beautiful tuna with a **** house knife. He asked for one of my knives so I reluctantly let him use my new hiro suji and I told him please dont scratch it or anything. He says, Yeah I know don't worry. But I still worried.

    Sure enough when he was finished, it was all scratched to hell from drawing the knife along the carving fork as a guide. And on top of that it looks like he tried to clean it with a friggin choreboy or something

    Dave I need help! Looks like I might have send it back to be re etched and finished

    Unless you have some advice on how I can fix this over here.
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    My condolences!

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    Yeek. That sucks. Sincere condolences!

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    Micro mesh pads then re etch then re sharpen? Apparently you can chip a blade slicing ahi
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    W t f.

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    Woh he did some damage, eh? No worries though Rick I'm sure we can get it back to new again.

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    I don't even like thinking about these things. Imagining a knife drawing against a fork is like fingernails on a chalkboard for me now.

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    Not to lessen the awfulness of your story but I somehow caught the edge of a cutting board at work with my Hiro 210 from this group last week and tipped it about half a milimeter. After repairing it today the only thing left damaged is my pride. Now I have a unique Hiro 209.5.

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    Bummer. I hope the fix works out, Rick.

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