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      DinaMoe reacted to HumbleHomeCook's post in the thread First carbon steel? with Like Like.
      Just remember, go slow to start.
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      DinaMoe replied to the thread First carbon steel?.
      Ahh. Sandpaper. That makes sense. Thanks!
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      DinaMoe replied to the thread First carbon steel?.
      On the topic of fixing a chipped tip. The consensus appears to be to "work from the spine until the edge has been reached". Can this...
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      DinaMoe reacted to Benuser's post in the thread First carbon steel? with Like Like.
      As the Misono has probably got a symmetric edge which doesn't suit it's geometry, I would change it little by little by starting on the...
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      DinaMoe replied to the thread First carbon steel?.
      To answer your question, no. Korin sharpeners that I mentioned teach their method for double bevel blades. Their youtube page is full of...
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      DinaMoe reacted to aporigine's post in the thread First carbon steel? with Like Like.
      Don’t succumb to analysis paralysis. To butcher some Kipling: There’s fifty-seven ways to build a tribal lay/ and every bloody one of...
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      DinaMoe replied to the thread First carbon steel?.
      I suppose one could argue which side to start on is better. Chiharu Sugai and Vincent from Korin knives have both taught to start on...
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      DinaMoe reacted to azn_knives_4l's post in the thread First carbon steel? with Like Like.
      This thing you're doing will, by itself, cause asymmetry with repeated sharpening. Burr forms faster on side 2 so keep this in mind.
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      DinaMoe replied to the thread First carbon steel?.
      I follow what you're saying about following the arc on the right side but I don't know that I have those sharpening skills. My...
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      DinaMoe reacted to aporigine's post in the thread First carbon steel? with Like Like.
      Regarding handle&rivets, I’d use fine (1500 or 2000) wet/dry carbide paper, generously lubricated with water and dish soap. Once the...
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      DinaMoe reacted to Benuser's post in the thread First carbon steel? with Like Like.
      Congratulations with the knife! That generation of Misonos were very well ground. A very pleasant, fine grained steel. About its...
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      DinaMoe reacted to parbaked's post in the thread Show your newest knife buy with Like Like.
      I think the best you could do is determine when Misono started and stopped labelling as "Swedish Steel". 118 is the model number. Your...
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      DinaMoe reacted to kujaku's post in the thread First carbon steel? with Like Like.
      I have no idea about cleaning. If I were to do it myself, I would probably use sandpaper and apply some kind of oil or beeswax. Since...
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      DinaMoe reacted to azn_knives_4l's post in the thread First carbon steel? with Like Like.
      Sorry I haven't been able to respond directly or give reactions to anybody in this thread. My profile is super jacked rn and...
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      DinaMoe replied to the thread First carbon steel?.
      I try to never assume, but, wouldn't it be safe to assume its original factory contour was 70/30? Now, what if it is the case where the...
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