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    Many new Stones and Knives

    Finally got all stones on my website for knives

    So for super cheap price you get some very nice Ohiras i will recommend them as beginner stones
    Very big stones for very affordable prices !!! They start at 140 euro

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    Also got 2 Hakka one With Range and other is with Nashiji
    Super nice beginner stones and very good for Honyakis or harder steel knives ! they give that sandblasted finish

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    And finally Yaginoshimas, super as final finishers ! One of them is quite fast too

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    I also added 2 last Shigefusa KU Pettys 150 mm

    http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com...roductCode=704

    I will add some info, pictures and measurements about other knives i have later, they are added on website but need to feel out some info.

    http://www.japanesenaturalstones.com...s.asp?Cat=1477

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    Sweet stones
    This maybe a stupid question, but when you say final finishers for knives, does that assume it's a mirror finish or haze finish?

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    When i say final finisher it will give much more mirro to harder steel but stil bit haze on softer on laminated blades.

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    great, thanks for the answer

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    Hi Maxim, some feedback for you. On your site, the tab "about Natural Stones" the background is very washed out and I can't read the text. It is the only page with this error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tristan View Post
    Hi Maxim, some feedback for you. On your site, the tab "about Natural Stones" the background is very washed out and I can't read the text. It is the only page with this error.
    Looks okay to me... (Firefox)

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    Thats what it looks like for me... with the text almost blanked out. I'm not highlighting anything.

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    It is a wrong browser to begin with

    Safari is fine here.

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    I just checked here all is fine on all my browsers
    Try to refresh your cache

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