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Thread: Using Arkansas Stones

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    Senior Member nerologic's Avatar
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    Actually, I just found a medium and fine Carborundum SiC stone in the sharpening box, so I think that range is covered. I've been getting a lot of practice in lately by sharpening my friends' knives for the holidays (partly because it is a kind gesture, partly because I hate cooking at their house with dull knives).

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    If you can get your hands on a old washita arkansas stone (not soft white) they are great for kitchen knives, hard to find these days.

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    Is the old washita one that looks slightly beige with specks that look darker beige? Or can you describe it?

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