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    Where did you get those dmt mini diamond naguras?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    Where did you get those dmt mini diamond naguras?
    This is where I got mine at, but looks like you can get them straight from the DMT site too.
    http://www.woodcraft.com/Product/206...-3-Stones.aspx

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    I find the Diaface Moonflex are much superior to the DMT.

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    +1 on what John said
    my current most favorite low grit stone is a SS king 800, the muddiest and fastest thing I have seen so far.

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    o/t - since I started sharpening knives over the stainless steel double sink in the kitchen one sink is noticeably shiner than the other side. because of this thread about mud/slurry I realize what has happened - will now also use the "other" sink to sharpen

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainaman View Post
    +1 on what John said
    my current most favorite low grit stone is a SS king 800, the muddiest and fastest thing I have seen so far.
    SS King? Is that the standard King 800?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heirkb View Post
    SS King? Is that the standard King 800?
    no it is the New king for Stainless Steel, you can find them @ tools from japan
    I used it on my honyaki yanagi and it worked super, very muddy very fast cutter.

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